Lawyer who cited bogus legal opinions from ChatGPT pleads AI ignorance

A federal judge foreshadowed on Thursday that the citations of AI-generated fake cases were just the start of punishable legal malpractice.

MANHATTAN (CN) — A New York lawyer whose court filings included fake case citations generated by ChatGPT apologized Thursday afternoon for getting duped by the artificial intelligence tool, but the federal judge overseeing potential sanctions appeared unlikely to show any mercy.

While ChatGPT’s AI-powered chat app reached hundreds of millions of users in the months after it launched on Nov. 30, 2022, as a free application on the website…

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