AI and the Law: A Journey through Evolution, Application, and the Challenges of Copyright

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Afrasiyab Khan
Fazal Khalique


This paper discusses the widespread adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) from the idea of fiction into the Halls of Justice. The main finding encompasses a comprehensive examination of AI's integration into the field of law by discussing its historical background and evolution, its evolutional role in legal research, and its impact on transforming the adjudication process of Courts by considering some courts’ practices in different states. This discourse offers a critique of the utilization of AI technology by adjudicators in the role of Amicus Curiae, highlighting the lack of adequate training. In examining the widely held belief that artificial intelligence (AI) brings societal advantages by positively affecting various aspects of daily life, this discussion also considered the current concerns related to copyright protection and its ownership.

Is it possible to surmount the use of artificial intelligence in this fast-spreading wave? This research has examined the response by taking into account the legislations of the states, as well as its upsides and downsides in the law field. This research also recommends adequate training for professional and legal experts and emphasizes the responsibility of states to safeguard intellectual property rights.

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Khan, A., & Fazal Khalique. (2024). AI and the Law: A Journey through Evolution, Application, and the Challenges of Copyright. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN AND SOCIETY, 4(1), 1091-1101. Retrieved from