ChatGPT acts like a devious coworker: ‘It doesn’t own mistakes, but it admits them when you point them out’

By Quentin Fottrell

A lawyer who used generative artificial intelligence to write a legal brief was forced to apologize. It’s just the tip of the AI iceberg.

Roni Rosenfeld said he would never dream of using ChatGPT at work, but he understands how it could be tempting, and — yes — even useful for others. Maybe. Just don’t expect it to be accurate, uphold your company’s policies, or even do exactly what it’s told.

ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence search engine, is a product of OpenAI, and made its free, public debut last December. It can solve problems, write memos,…

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