AI ‘Robot Lawyer’ Postpones Court Debut Following Jail Threats

  • Joshua Browder, CEO of New York startup, announced that his company’s AI would fight a traffic ticket in the courtroom on February 22nd.
  • Browder tweeted that “history will be made” and that the results will be released after the court case.
  • A few days later, Browder announced that DoNotPay is postponing its court case after he received threats of jail time from state bar prosecutors if he goes through with his plan.


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