INTELIGÊNCIA ARTIFICIAL: IMPACTOS NO DIREITO E NA ADVOCACIA

Marcelo Negri Soares, Marcos Eduardo kauffman, Kuo-Ming Chao

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Este artigo, fruto de colaboração internacional de programas de doutorado em Direito, Negócios e Computação, propõe situar o panorama atual do estudo de inteligência artificial (IA) aplicado ao Direito, em especial, na advocacia, fornecendo uma visão geral da profissão de advogado no Brasil e notas evolutivas da informação na prática jurídica, com ênfase nos recentes avanços tecnológicos em inteligência artificial, processamento de linguagem especificamente naturais (similar ao humano e com vantagens) e aprendizagem de máquina, com o fim de demonstrar como esses avanços podem ser usados para automatizar parte do trabalho de um advogado, inclusive na avaliação de riscos em demandas decisórias administrativas ou judiciais, consultivas ou contenciosas. Trata-se análise doutrinária com revisão bibliográfica referenciada que, após exemplificação prática e situando o atual estágio revolucionário dessas ferramentas, com esteio no método hipotético-dedutivo, conclui que o desenvolvimento de tais ferramentas melhorar a transparência, bem como a própria capacidade dos advogados em trabalhar com mais eficiência e proporcionar maior acesso à justiça e mais valor para os seus clientes.


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Direito e Inteligência Artificial; Computação Orientada a Serviços; Computação Orientada a Serviços Jurídicos; Advocacia; Big Data.

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