DoNotPay Offers $1M for Its AI to Argue Before Supreme Court

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“DoNotPay will pay any lawyer or person $1,000,000 with an upcoming case in front of the United States Supreme Court to wear AirPods and let our robot lawyer argue the case by repeating exactly what it says,” Browder wrote on Twitter on Sunday night. “[W]e are making this serious offer, contingent on us coming to a formal agreement and all rules being followed.”

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Although DoNotPay’s robot lawyer is set to make its debut in a U.S. courtroom next month to help someone contest a parking ticket, Browder wants the robot to go before the Supreme Court to address hypothetical skepticism about its abilities.

“We have upcoming cases in municipal (traffic) court next month. But the haters will say ‘traffic court is too simple for GPT,’” Browder tweeted.

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DoNotPay started out as a simple chatbot back in 2015 to help people resolve basic but infuriating scenarios, such as canceling subscriptions or appealing parking tickets. In recent years, the company used AI to ramp up its robot lawyer’s capabilities, equipping it to dispute medical bills and successfully negotiate with Comcast.

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Source: DoNotPay Offers $1M for Its AI to Argue Before Supreme Court

Gizmodo is incredibly disparaging of this idea, but they often are when faced with the future. And the legal profession is one of those in the most direct firing line of AI.

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