Prof. Lutz-Christian WOLFF, Dean of CUHK LAW, published an article titled “Artificial Intelligence ante portas: the End of Comparative Law?” in the Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (Oxford University Press).
In this article Prof. Wolff recalls that Artificial intelligence (AI) can do many things that were not thought of some years ago and that are unimaginable for non-AI experts even today. He explores from a conceptual point of view if AI can conduct comparative law work by first highlighting key features of the comparative law work process. He then describes and analyses the different stages and investigates which parts can (or cannot) be conducted by AI. He also asks if AI will—within the scope of its comparative abilities—in fact, ‘take over’ from human comparatists.
Read the full article here – “Artificial Intelligence ante portas: the End of Comparative Law?”