Lawyers using ChatGPT in courtroom now in trouble after fake, hallucinated citations uncovered

Lawyers representing a Colombian airline, Avianca, are facing potential sanctions after submitting a brief filled with fabricated cases, as reported by The New York Times. The attorneys involved relied on ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI, for their research. However, it was later discovered that several of the cases referenced in the brief were entirely made up.

The issue came to light when opposing counsel pointed out the nonexistent cases during proceedings in front of US District Judge Kevin Castel. Upon examination, Judge Castel confirmed that six of the…

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