NYC lawyer Steven Schwartz admits he used ChatGPT to file ‘bogus’ court doc

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A lawyer at a respected Tribeca firm admitted last week that a Manhattan federal court filing — which a judge blasted as being littered with “bogus” information — was written with the help of an artificial intelligence chatbot on his behalf.

The shocking admission from Steven Schwartz, an attorney with firm Levidow, Levidow & Oberman, came after he asked ChatGPT to find cases relevant to his client’s lawsuit — only for the bot to fabricate them entirely, court documents show.

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