Lawyer’s AI Blunder Shows Perils of ChatGPT in ‘Early Days’

A lawyer’s citation of court decisions fabricated by ChatGPT shows the peril of relying on the artificial intelligence chatbot without proper safeguards.

New York lawyers Steven Schwartz and Peter LoDuca face a June 8 hearing on potential sanctions after a court brief they submitted cited six nonexistent cases. Schwartz acknowledged that ChatGPT invented the cases, even though he initially believed the tool had surfaced authentic citations, according to an affidavit he filed May 25 in Manhattan federal court.

“Maybe this is an extreme example” of lawyer over-reliance on ChatGPT, said…

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