Lawyer’s reliance on ChatGPT leads to false case citations in airline lawsuit

A New York lawyer has found himself in trouble in a lawsuit between a man and the airline Avianca Holding S.A. after presenting non-existent citations in the case generated by ChatGPT.

The case involved a man named Roberto Mata suing Avianca, claiming he was injured when a metal service cart struck his knee during a flight. Injury claims are typically uninteresting, aside from the broader cultural considerations about how the U.S. is so litigious, but the case took an interesting twist after the airline attempted to have the case dismissed.

The New York Times reports that in…

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