Tag: ChatGPT

  • Arizona state lawmaker used ChatGPT to write part of law on deepfakes

    An Arizona legislator, Alexander Kolodin, used an AI chatbot, ChatGPT, to draft a portion of a new law governing deepfakes in elections. The law permits candidates in Arizona to request a judge to determine the authenticity of a purported deepfake. Kolodin emphasised the importance of seeking advice from a subject matter expert to define what […]

  • AI Prompt Engineering Is Dead 

    Creating a prototype is simple, but transforming it into a production-ready product is a challenging task. While prompt engineering is a crucial component in building prototypes, there are many other considerations when creating commercial products. These include ensuring reliability, adapting the model’s output to the appropriate format, testing for harmful behavior, and ensuring safety, privacy, […]

  • Holding Redlich joins Australian trial of legal sector AI

    LexisNexis is launching an artificial intelligence (AI) tool for the Australian legal sector. Built on LLMs Claude 2 and OpenAI’s GPT-4 and trained on LexisNexis’ 1.23 million court opinions, statutes, filings and secondary materials, Lexis+ AI can automatically generate documents, including advice to clients, internal emails and court filings such as statements of claim. Lawyers […]

  • ChatGPT is not a paralegal: the professional implications for lawyers in using ChatGP

    Two cases in New York have highlighted the ethical issues when lawyers use AI-powered tools like ChatGPT-4 for legal research. Lawyers using ChatGPT-4 have cited instances that do not exist or contain factual errors. These cases reveal the need for lawyers to understand the tool they are using and apply their critical thinking to the […]

  • ChatGPT will now remember — and forget — things you tell it to

    OpenAI has introduced new “memory” controls for ChatGPT users, which allows users to explicitly instruct ChatGPT to remember specific things, view the memories it has stored, or turn off memory completely. ChatGPT is now capable of carrying forward information gathered from one conversation to another, enabling it to provide more relevant responses. The ability to […]

  • Regulating Generative AI – Is it all just a question of trust?

    The legal profession is increasingly using generative AI (Gen AI) tools like Open AI‘s ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, or Microsoft’s Bing Chat, which can lead to improved productivity and efficiency but also generate inaccurate data and cause hallucinations. Ethics, care and competence are crucial contributions to trustworthiness, and lawyers need to exercise independent judgment while using […]

  • Apple has eye on building bigger genAI data sets

    Apple has entered the generative AI market by releasing an open-source AI model called MGIE that can enhance images and perform precise edits. This move is unusual for Apple, which typically waits for new tech trends to mature before jumping on board. However, Apple’s approach usually leads to a more innovative product. Additionally, OpenAI has […]

  • Meet ChatPwC, the custom-built AI tool being rolled out at the firm

    ChatPwC, a generative AI bot, has been rolled out to all 8,400 PwC staff after being tested with around a thousand employees for six months. Designed to enhance data and email services and summarise meetings, PwC plans to integrate ChatPwC with additional data and systems to offer a more comprehensive service. ChatPwC combines AI models, […]

  • Can AI write laws? Lawyer puts ChatGPT to test

    Associate Professor Guzyal Hill of Charles Darwin University (CDU) evaluated Artificial Intelligence’s (AI) ability to create laws. Using ChatGPT to analyse, compare, and produce domestic violence legislation, assessing the quality of its legal draft work. The findings showed that while ChatGPT was effective in categorising and identifying patterns of domestic violence, human drafting was still […]

  • Artificial Intelligence and Privacy

    This article discusses the relationship between privacy and artificial intelligence (AI). It highlights the current privacy issues associated with AI and suggests potential directions for legal development in this area. The article argues that privacy laws could effectively address the privacy issues arising from AI if they are adequately conceptualised and constituted. The privacy issues […]