ChatGPT Tempts Big Law Despite AI Accuracy, Data Privacy Worries

Attorney Bianca Lindau was surprised—and a little curious—when a client sent her a contract written by artificial intelligence to review.

Her client wanted Lindau, a corporate associate at Caldwell Intellectual Property Law LLC, to touch up a content subscription agreement it had drafted using OpenAI’s ChatGPT to ensure it sufficiently represented their interests. Reviewing the contract, she saw it used terms inconsistently and confusingly. As written, it was too vague about who was authorized to access the subscription.

Lindau decided to rewrite the contract from scratch, rather than…

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