Naveed Akhtar Artificial intelligence such as artificial neurons are an option that will probably end up pursuing sooner than neuro law.
The language of neurilaw is governed by experts and not by laymen
But artificial intelligence can be reasoned with and can be seen as a globbing together the entirety of human knowledge which is exactly the kind of thing that law is as it stands
Neurolaw is foreign and entirely different and it is a medical reasoning which is good for evidence but not as a replacement
I Don’t believe that artificial intelligence should replace either but it is far more likely to if anything was going to