AI & Law – New Aspects of Hybrid Method Research
Prof. Shao-Man Lee uses her own academic experience to introduce how she stepped into cross-domain research and began to be curious about the combination of law and AI, and from AI in Law, Law in AI, AI as Law, Law as AI 4 aspects to introduce the use of AI and law.
Facing the AI field as a tool that has been widely used in the field of science and technology in the past decade, how to use law in social sciences properly is the direction that scholars are actively studying.
New types of legal issues include, as a tool, AI can first define user needs and reduce the time cost of legal persons and users; after the law is integrated into AI, new issues that may arise, such as whether the privacy rights of users should be respected; when AI further replaces human judgment work, will AI be able to become a judge? Does it magnify prejudice? How to design modules to correct errors? The above are the unresolved problems of the current AI development.
Prof. Shao-Man Lee uses his own major to lead students to think about multiple AI issues and see the sparks of AI from cross-domain to law, and hope that students will have a preliminary understanding of cross-domain issues and be interested in delving into research.