- A New York lawyer submitted a brief citing six non-existent judicial decisions produced by ChatGPT
- Lawyers must ensure competency and confidentiality when using AI, experts warn
May 30(Reuters) – A New York lawyer is facing potential sanctions over an error-riddled brief he drafted with help from ChatGPT.
It’s a scenario legal ethics experts have warned about since ChatGPT burst onto the scene in November, marking a new era for AI that can produce human-like responses based on vast amounts of data.
Steven Schwartz of Levidow, Levidow & Oberman faces a June 8 sanctions hearing before U.S….
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