A New York lawmaker has introduced a bill that aims to set a series of parameters regarding the admission of evidence arising from artificial intelligence, relative to criminal and civil court proceedings.

“This new technology is going to be used more and more, in every field of human endeavor,” the sponsor, Assemblyman Clyde Vanel, D-Queens, told the Law Journal on Monday. “It’s going to be really important to make sure that with AI-created or AI-processed data or information or evidence, that you’re very careful about that in the space of a trial.”