As fast chatbots, such as ChatGPT, become major tools used to save time on tasks in the US workplace, there has been concern about whether artificial intelligence will eventually replace human jobs.
But while the debate over which jobs will be eliminated continues, one thing is certain — in some industries, a chatbot is less time-saving and more responsible.
Schwartz, a New York-based attorney with more than 30 years of experience, was ordered by the Southern District of New York to explain what the judge called an “unprecedented case.” The New York Times He was reported for the first time, or he faces possible penalties for his actions.
According to the court order, six cases cited by Schwartz in the legal brief were “fictitious”.
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Judge B. wrote: Kevin Castle in the court order “Six of the cases filed appear to be bogus court decisions with bogus citations and bogus internal citations.”
In an affidavit filed last week in response to the order, Schwartz admitted to using ChatGPT to conduct legal research despite never having used it prior to this case and being “unaware of the possibility that its content could be false.”
Schwartz added that he “deeply regrets” using AI to “supplement” his legal research.
A hearing was set for June 8 for Schwartz to explain himself further.
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