With the rage that it has quickly become, what can we learn about ChatGPT and the legal profession? CoinDCX in-house counsel Shalini Saxena takes a look down the rabbithole
Artificial intelligence tools cannot yet replace a human’s ability to create connections with clients. Law businesses still need people to empathise, engage, personalise and individualise service for each client.
But ChatGPT systems and its successors may be capable of handling some of the behind-scenes work for law firms, like drafting individual clauses for contracts.
At its heart, ChatGPT is a chatbot; a…
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