A group of senior judges in the United Kingdom has issued guidance for the judiciary on the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) in courts and tribunals. The guidance, published on December 12, is aimed at magistrates, tribunal panel members, and judges in England and Wales. It highlights potential uses of AI in administrative tasks but advises caution, especially in legal research and analysis. The guidance warns of the risks of consuming inaccurate or misleading information generated by AI and emphasizes the need for judges to understand the limitations and potential pitfalls of using AI tools. This initiative is the first step in future efforts to support judiciary interactions with AI in the UK. (Source: Coindesk)