Apple Vision Pro: What will the Judiciary’s future look like?

June 5th 2023 will be marked as the day everything changed. With the introduction of this wearable “spatial computer” augmented reality (AR) is being woven into our dialog much like ChatGPT made artificial intelligence (AI) a household term.

AR has the potential to bring significant benefits to the court system. One major advantage is the ability to present evidence and recreate crime scenes in a more immersive and visually engaging manner. AR can enhance the understanding of complex information, making it easier for judges, juries, and attorneys to comprehend and evaluate evidence. It can also facilitate virtual courtroom experiences, allowing remote participants to engage in trials without the need for physical presence.

However, there are challenges and concerns associated with the use of AR in the court system. One major drawback is the potential for bias or manipulation in the presentation of evidence through AR technology. Any such inaccuracy reliability of AR-generated visuals and or unexpected glitches could impact the fairness of legal proceedings.

We’ll be test driving this tech to see how best to improve our clients’ outcomes.

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