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A Stanford University student came up with a budget analogue of a lawyer to appeal fines for parking. 19-year-old Joshua Broder created the DoNotPay service, a chatbot lawyer who asks clarifying questions and assesses the chances of appealing a fine, and then prompts specific steps to be taken. P>
According to the statistics of the resource for 21 months since launching, the robot has considered 250 thousand cases and has won 160 thousand of "n". While DoNotPay works only in London and New York and only with parking fines, Broder plans to expand the geography of the project and teach the robot lawyer to work on cases related to compensation forflights. p>