Tag: prompt engineering

  • Generative AI in law: The good, the bad and the ugly

    The use of generative AI in the legal industry is gaining popularity, with tools like ChatGPT, Copilot, Gemini, and Claude AI being adopted by law firms. However, privacy and confidentiality issues are a concern, and users must read the terms and conditions before using these tools. Legal AI tools are built on existing legal databases […]

  • 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 […]

  • Charting the (New) Course: Generative AI For Lawyers 

    Suffolk Law’s Legal Practice Skills program and Legal Innovation & Technology Institute created a Generative AI for Lawyers course that was a 2-credit, one-week intersession full-day in-person elective in January 2024, with 25 upper-level students. The period covered various generative AI tools, including ChatGPT3.5, 4.0, Perplexity, Google Bard, Microsoft Bing, and Claude, and addressed emerging […]

  • How Data Collaboration Platforms Can Help Companies Build Better AI

    LLMs such as GPT-4 can improve decision-making, simplify operations, and promote innovation. Customised LLMs fine-tuned to an organisation can be even more efficient as they are trained on specific data, providing a tailored AI experience that enhances organisational performance.  However, companies that wish to train fine-tuned models face three immediate challenges:  1) the necessity of […]

  • Prompt engineering for lawyers: 5 tips to get started

    The importance of prompt engineering when using generative AI for legal work it is not mandatory for lawyers to have knowledge of prompt engineering, but it can give them an edge. Lawyers should understand how AI models retrieve and compose information and write effective prompts to get accurate results. Prompt engineering involves formulating target queries […]

  • Introducing AI Prompt Worksheets for the Legal Profession

    It’s important that lawyers create a plan before starting research and generative AI. The quality of the input prompts determines the quality of the output generated by the AI system. To help those who are learning to draft a prompt, an AI prompt worksheet has been created. The worksheet is designed to make the prompter […]

  • A year in review: How AI transformed the legal profession in 2023

    Artificial intelligence (AI) has impacted various industries in 2023, including healthcare, finance, manufacturing, education, and customer service. In the legal sector, President Joe Biden’s Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence outlines guidelines for AI development and use in the United States, presenting both opportunities and challenges for legal professionals. The integration of […]

  • Principled Instructions Are All You Need for Questioning LLaMA-1/2, GPT-3.5/4

    This article presents 26 helpful tips for making it easier to ask questions and get answers from large language models. The aim is to simplify the process of asking questions for different types of large language models, and to help users better understand how these models work and respond to different types of prompts. The […]

  • To Unleash Legal Tech, Lawyers And Engineers Need To Talk

    The future of legal AI is bright, but only if attorneys and engineers learn how to talk to one another. That requires a better understanding of how each’s educational and professional experiences shape their expectations and worldviews. Having these conversations early and frankly can improve trust between these two professions with distinct foundations. When lawyers […]