Lawyer Who Used ChatGPT Faces Penalty for Made Up Citations

A lawyer who created a brief filled with fake judicial opinions and legal citations, all generated by ChatGPT, is to appear before a Manhattan judge on Thursday to face something much more real: potential sanctions for his conduct.

The hearing was ordered after the lawyer, Steven A. Schwartz, acknowledged recently that he had used the artificial intelligence program as part of his research for the brief.

“I simply had no idea that ChatGPT was capable of fabricating entire case citations or judicial opinions, especially in a manner that appeared authentic,” Mr. Schwartz said in a

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