Lawyer who used ChatGPT in brief explains fake cases to judge

A New York lawyer told a judge he never meant to fool anybody when he filed a court brief full of phony legal precedents invented by ChatGPT.

Steven Schwartz, who faces punishment for the brief, on Thursday asked US District Judge P. Kevin Castel for leniency. The lawyer claims he had no idea the free artificial intelligence tool could create fake case citations and court opinions.

“There were many things I should have done to assure the veracity of these cases,” Schwartz told the judge. “I failed miserably at that.”

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