Smart robots help with lawsuits

Smart robots help with lawsuits

Du Xiangyang and his “Little Fa”Robot

AsiaIndustrial NetNews: It can answer 50,000 professional questions on behalf of lawyers, act as a court litigation guide, help parties familiar with the case filing process, and even mediate community disputes and family conflicts… Last month, a “annual salary of 100,000+” The intelligent robot was successfully developed and put into service in China (Nanjing) Software Valley North Park, Yuhuatai District. According to the reporter’s visit, behind this legal service robot is an entrepreneurial team of scholars from famous schools such as Nanjing University. The seemingly unrelated legal profession and big data, artificial intelligence and other software technology professions have given machines a “lawyer’s brain” through cross-border marriage.

“Hello, is there anything I can help?” Walking into Nanjing Qingdun Information Technology Co., Ltd., on Software Avenue, Yuhuatai District, while the reporter was talking with the staff, a cute-looking robot “heared” the voice and took the initiative to join up. come.

“What should I do if the boss owes me wages?” “Will the other party admit to the amount of wages owed to you? First, the other party admits; second, the other party has disputes…” Facing the questioner’s many labor disputes, usury and other issues , the robot named “Xiaofa” gave detailed answers with voice, and listed laws and regulations, judicial opinions and similar cases on the touch screen on the chest. Finally, according to the petitioner’s request, “Xiaofa” issued a big data report that can be downloaded by scanning the code, which predicted the possible judgment results of the court, the approval rate and rejection rate, and analyzed the factors that may lead to the failure of the case. , and remind the evidentiary materials, time cost and economic cost that should be prepared…

It is not uncommon to understand Mandarin. The important thing is that this robot can understand everyday spoken language and vague dialects. It can also cite laws, analyze the facts of the case, and make logical reasoning judgments. The founder of the “Xiaofa” robot, Du Xiangyang, who graduated from Nanjing University, told reporters that for “Xiaofa”, basic functions such as daily chat, face recognition, voice sensing, and intelligent walking are not a problem. It is best at It is human-computer interaction for legal issues. Currently, it can answer more than 50,000 related questions, covering civil law, criminal law, commercial law and other fields.

How do robots learn and apply the law? Du Xiangyang introduced that this is the latest achievement in the application of legal big data technology. In the eyes of artificial intelligence engineers such as Liang Yanyuan, the company’s technical director, difficult legal terms such as laws and charges are all digital codes. Through algorithms, intelligent graphs and other technologies, machines can also simulate lawyers to ask questions and simulate judges to judge cases. logic and draw objective conclusions.

“The idea of ​​developing a legal service robot was born last year.” Du Xiangyang said that there are few judicial service professionals, expensive lawyers’ consultation, and ordinary citizens are unfamiliar with the process of filing lawsuits, which are a major pain point in judicial services. Intelligent robots need at least legal professional and The two core teams of the software technology major are cross-border combined, and the company is such an interdisciplinary young entrepreneurial team. Most of the nearly 100 employees are post-90s graduates from prestigious schools such as Nanjing University and Wuhan University, majoring in law and software engineering. At present, there are 30 million cases collected in the company’s database, and a large amount of legal data processing and analysis work has also spawned new occupations such as legal knowledge engineers and legal AI (artificial intelligence) engineers. You also need to know the law.”

It is understood that more than 80 “Xiaofa” robots have been used in courts, judicial bureaus and other departments in Zhejiang, Guangdong and other provinces to undertake litigation guidance, consulting services and other functions. The rental price of a single unit is more than 100,000 yuan, equivalent to The annual salary of a legal worker. Du Xiangyang said that in the future, as long as the law is used, legal service robots may be used. At present, there are few domestic competitors. The company has just obtained tens of millions of yuan in financing from Dachen Capital and other institutions, and is facing a blue ocean with broad market prospects.

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Published on 11/22/2022