A US attorney is now “greatly regretting” his decision to trust OpenAI’s ChatGPT in a litigation process. Steven Schwartz will be charged in a New York court for using fake citations cooked up by the AI tool in legal research for a case he was handling.
In a sworn affidavit, Schwartz admitted to using ChatGPT to research for the case, representing his client Roberto Mata, to sue Colombian airline Avianca for injuries sustained onboard one of its planes in 2019.
Despite ChatGPT’s widely known warnings that it can sometimes produce incorrect information, Schwartz defended himself…
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