Kaniemozhi A/P Katheravan, Puvanamathi A/P Mathiallahan, Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi

Doi: 10.26480/egnes.02.2022.32.35

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There are gaps and obstacles in legal practice and administration, including cyber security vulnerabilities, intellectual property issues, negative effects on labour and privacy and data protection concerns. It is vital to understand the function of legislation in governing science and technology, as well as the ethical implications of scientific study and modern technologies. With the advancement of the internet, technology, genomics, telecommunications and other fields of science and technology, legal scholars and law schools have placed a larger emphasis on the intersection of law and science and technology. This article discusses the relationship between law and artificial intelligence and jurisprudence. It explains how law and AI (Artificial Intelligence) are related to jurisprudence in the context of sociology, moral judgments made by AI and the problems that AI faces while making moral judgments. Later in the chapter, a future perspective on AI is discussed. The article focuses on the necessity of AI in law because, while AI offers numerous benefits, like enhanced creativity, services, safety, and lifestyle, it also generates numerous anxiety and concerns about undesirable consequences on human autonomy, privacy and fundamental rights and freedoms.

Pages 32-35
Year 2022
Issue 2
Volume 1