19 Year Old Londoner Invents Robot Lawyer’ Service

by Admin on July 5, 2016


  19 year old develops robot lawyer which saves citizens on unjust parking tickets.

A robot named “DoNotPay” according to Activist Post  has saved an ‘estimated £2.9 million in civil fines for unjust parking tickets in the UK.’ The ‘Robot Lawyer’ was launched 21 months ago and its service has helped people in clearing 160,000 tickets by assisting users to take advantage of the ‘appeal process’. The Appeal Process is often overlooked because people may not know they had this appeal right when they received a ticket.

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DoNotPay uses a simple chat-based interface to guide users through a range of basic questions to establish if an appeal on their parking ticket is possible. These include queries on whether there were any visible parking signs at the location where the ticket was given. The AI lawyer then guides the user through the lengthy appeals process. The robot was designed by 19 year old Joshua Browder, a Stanford University student of economics and computer science who had advisors, professors at the university to help guide him through the process.

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