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Technology,
Law Office Management

Mar. 6, 2023

The Horror! The Horror!

The next generation of competing ChatGPT’s will be writing judicial opinions, and we probably… no, more likely, will not know the difference.

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Last month I wrote about the possibility that ChatGPT may have written my column. Because it (ChatGPT is an “it”) tries in its endeavor to mimic people, then it is ipso facto unreliable, irresponsible, mendacious and artificial, artificial in all aspects of that last unflattering adjective. Not to worry, I have not, well, not for the most part, let this view of humanity affect my decisions. Citing this column as grounds for a recusal motion in my court is not a ruling...

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