6%
Yes
94%
No
6%
Yes
94%
No

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 @9MKD8QM from Florida answered…1mo1MO

ASBOLUTELY NOT, and AI is not a person NOR a PEER which would be making a mockery of our legal system which is already plagued by several other issues.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…4wks4W

 @9PBN7JC from Utah answered…1 day1D

Yes, AI should be used to provide/synthesize information, that informs decisions but should not make the decision. All information should be evaluated for accuracy.

 @9P9R898 from New York answered…2 days2D

Yes, but the AI system should be used as a resource to assist in decision making, not to make the decision

 @9MN4PGY from California answered…4wks4W

yes, how ever Ai needs to be inspected and absolutely proven. All juros needs to be educated about AI because it is very trippy

 @9MLXQTT  from New York answered…4wks4W

I think it depends, AI gets there "minds" from whoever programs and creates it so how would the system know if the AI is biased of not.

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