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May 20, 2024

Judicial Council task force to weigh use of AI in courts

Speakers at a recent Judicial Council event noted that the use of artificial intelligence could create privacy issues for court users.

AI might be an exciting technology for courts in the future, but for the moment it poses risks for privacy and bogus citations. At least, that was the message from a report presented to the Judicial Council on Friday.

“We need to have a little talk about generative AI,” said Mary J. Greenwood, administrative presiding justice of the 6th District Court of Appeal.

Greenwood was introducing a report on “Generative...

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