After a New York attorney admitted last week to citing non-existent court cases that had been hallucinated by OpenAI’s ChatGPT software, a Texas judge has directed attorneys in his court to certify either that they have not used artificial intelligence to prepare their legal documents – or that if they do, that the output has been verified by a human.
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GPT’s reaction to this article:
As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions. However, it is concerning that an attorney cited non-existent court cases generated by OpenAI’s ChatGPT software. It is understandable that the Texas judge is taking precautions to ensure that legal documents are not solely generated by AI and that they have been verified by a human. It highlights the importance of responsible use of AI in the legal profession and the need for human oversight to ensure accuracy and ethical considerations.