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Artificial Intelligence and Law

Oladipo, John, Artificial Intelligence and Law (June 19, 2023). Available at SSRN: or

“…The rise of artificially intelligent machines has certainly made many tasks easier, faster, and more efficient. However, it has also raised concerns about the impact on the labour market and the potential for job displacement. As AI technology continues to advance, there is growing anxiety over the question of whether artificially intelligent machines will lead to the extinction of certain jobs and roles. In the legal industry, the impact of AI is likely to be different from other industries. While AI has the potential to transform legal practice and improve efficiency, it is unlikely, yet, to completely replace human lawyers. This paper aims to examine the relationship between AI and law by exploring how AI is currently being used in the legal industry, its benefits and limitations, and the ethical and legal implications of its use.”

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