Uh....yeah, I don't think this is a good idea to be able to make this so easy.
Imagine being able to sue anybody by simply clicking on an app that rests on your smartphone?
Seem a little crazy? Well....It's very real and personally, I think its wrong.
Do Not Pay is a free app that became available in the iOS App Store today. It's purpose? It wants to make it easier for people to sue in small claims court.
The app uses Watson-powered artificial intelligence. It is the latest brainchild of 21-year-old Stanford senior Joshua Browder. Browder previously created a service that allowed people to fight parking tickets or sue Equifax.
In a phone chat with Motherboard Browder says the app has a roughly 50 percent success rate.
Read more about this HERE
Sue anyone by pressing a button for up to $25k. The app generates everything, from filing documents, a script to read in court and even an entire strategy for when the defendant tries to challenge you. (2/15) https://t.co/gOgCcxDrbJ
— Joshua Browder (@jbrowder1) October 10, 2018