In just eight short weeks, a new AI program called ChatGPT has captured the world’s imagination. From Silicon Valley to London and beyond, millions of people have started asking ChatGPT to answer questions, write term papers and even create poems in Pirate Speak (Arrrgh). Lawyers have also jumped on board, asking ChatGPT to explain complex legal concepts, analyze contracts and even tag ediscovery documents.
What is this new technology that many fear will replace legal and other professionals? Join us for a fascinating look at ChatGPT’s capabilities along with a candid discussion of its limitations. We will share some of the many ways legal-technology professionals are using ChatGPT including the first ChatGPT robot that was recently barred from representing a client in court. And we will talk about early efforts to use ChatGPT as a replacement for ediscovery reviewers.
ChatGPT has already passed a Wharton MBA test, a three-day MD certification and even passed a state bar. Should lawyers be nervous about ChatGPT? Tune in and find out.