NYC lawyer in big trouble after using ChatGPT to write legal brief

A lawyer in New York finds himself in hot water after using ChatGPT to help him write a legal brief. Originally brought to light by The New York Times, lawyer Steven A. Schwartz thought it would be a good idea to use the chatbot to help him write and research a brief for a case he was working on. As it turns out, ChatGPT’s answers prompted Schwartz to cite several legal cases that were completely made up. The embarrassing turn of events helps illustrate a problem with AI-powered chatbots. Namely, for as remarkable as they are, they can also be dangerous purveyors of…

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