We talked with Joshua Browder, the inventor of DoNotPay, an AI laywer that’s helped people get out of $5 million worth of wrongly-issued parking tickets. Josh has also applied his natural language technology to helping UK citizens in need of housing apply for help from the UK government, and developed iPhone apps for human rights groups like Freedom House. Just recently Josh became the youngest member of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Law and Policy category, and the Times of London called him one of the 15 smartest kids on the planet.
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