Artificial Intelligence in Legal Research and Practice: An Exploration of Ethics and Policy

Authors

  • Nahid Ferdousi Ferdousi Professor of Law, School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages, Bangladesh Open University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62865/bjbio.v15i2.96

Keywords:

Artificial intelligence, public health, academia, research

Abstract

In academic society today, there are numerous difficulties affecting the global community. Technological developments, such as artificial intelligence (AI), have given scholars and professionals new opportunities. Additionally, they have created obstacles to maintaining academic integrity by bringing up issues with plagiarism, cheating, and falsification. Researchers and academics need to make sure that they are utilizing AI in a way that complies with academic integrity standards and ethics. AI is a set of moral principles and values that direct people's conduct in the fields of academia and research. In this particular setting, we are still in the early phases of determining how the sector will evolve, what safeguards will be necessary, and how all of us—including governments—need to get ready. This research paper's goal is to examine how AI is affecting legal research and the legal profession in light of ethical principles. The purpose of the study is to examine the potential benefits and drawbacks of AI in legal research, as well as how it can affect lawyers, clients, and the legal system at large.

Author Biography

Nahid Ferdousi Ferdousi, Professor of Law, School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages, Bangladesh Open University

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Published

2024-07-01

How to Cite

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Ferdousi NF. Artificial Intelligence in Legal Research and Practice: An Exploration of Ethics and Policy. BJBio [Internet]. 2024 Jul. 1 [cited 2024 Jul. 22];15(2):20-7. Available from: http://bjbio.bioethics.org.bd/index.php/BJBio/article/view/96