‘Humiliated’ lawyer apologizes over ChatGPT court flub


A New York attorney who used ChatGPT to write a legal brief — citing bogus cases — profusely apologized in court Thursday, becoming emotional as he explained being “duped” by the artificial intelligence chatbot.

Steven Schwartz, of Tribeca law firm Levidow, Levidow & Oberman, told a Manhattan federal judge that he was “humiliated” by the flub, saying he believed he was using a “search engine” and never fathomed the AI app would provide fake case law.

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