DoNotPay 2.0

The world's first robot lawyer expands to 1,000 legal areas

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I'm only getting a "Need extra help? We can help you within 24 hours." With a link to Google..?
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@mmariansky no, that's all I get too.
@jbrowder1 In the UK and it does it to me.
@katologic I would really appreciate a quick email @ with your browser info
Thank you so much @sydney_liu_sl. To provide some more context: On Wednesday at 12am PST, DoNotPay is launching in 1000 legal areas across the US (all 50 states) and the UK. From helping drivers fight their parking/speeding tickets in every U.S city to reporting harassment in the workplace, it allows people to get free and instant legal help through artificial intelligence. The user can type into their issue in their own words (for example: “my airline scammed me” or "my employer is racist") and receive immediate suggestions as to how DoNotPay can help. Once it knows the problem, the bot talks to the user to get the details and automatically generates a legally sound document which can be sent directly to the authorities. If the user needs more help, we will point them to the right direction (often a charity) within 24 hours. I originally started DoNotPay two years ago to fight my own parking tickets and became an accidental witness to how lawyers are exploiting human misery. From discrimination in Silicon Valley to the tragedy in London with an apartment building setting on fire, it seems the only people benefitting from injustice are a handful of lawyers. I hope that DoNotPay, by helping with these issues and many more, will ultimately give everyone the same legal power as the richest in society. I would love to hear your feedback!
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@sydney_liu_sl @jbrowder1 this must've taken an incredible amount of work. congrats josh!
@sydney_liu_sl @jbrowder1 if this works, it's an amazing product! Can't wait for you to bring this to the EU.
@jbrowder1 very innovate idea, I’m working on a project and would like to talk to you about possible opportunity to collaborate. What’s the best way to reach you. BTW, I could not get this to work on my iPhone via safari, got a we can help in 24hr message.
Josh is one of the most incredible people I've ever met. He's been called the "Robinhood of the Internet" for good reason. Taking his successful parking ticket contesting bot and expanding it to this is a HUGE step. He builds bots that the world needs with the true intention of helping people and DoNotPay 2.0 truly shows that.
This is all I get