To drive somewhere, all you have to tell an automated car is your destination, the rest is technology, albeit complex amazing and sometimes patentable technology. Given any two physical coordinates, the same technical solution should be applicable to any human passenger. However, when legal issues are involved, a human client may not be able to articulate a preferred outcome and also usually needs advice on what results are even possible. A lawyer thus needs a lot more information, and an AI needs a lot more complex, amazing and sometimes patentable technology.
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