While AI simplifies the research process and increases efficiency, there are valid concerns about its impact on jobs and the loss of human touch in family law.
AI tools can quickly analyze extensive databases and reduce time spent on tasks like document review. However, this could potentially undermine the development of vital skills in legal professionals. There are also concerns about data privacy, security issues, potential algorithm biases, and the need for proper regulation.
Lisa writes: "I recognise AI would reduce the time spent on such tasks, minimise the chance of missing crucial information and limit human error, and I’m sure there is a place for it, but perhaps not on every case."
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