Due to the fact the December launch of Open AI’s GPT-3.5 model, and the linked ChatGPT, speculation has been rampant about how this subsequent technology of synthetic intelligence could upend the lawful career. But as some others have been speculating, two authorized scholars and scientists, Daniel Martin Katz and Michael Bommarito, put GPT 3.5 to the activity, obtaining it complete that most stress-inducing of assessments alongside the route to getting a lawyer – having the bar examination.
How did it do? Katz and Bommarito recently published the results in their write-up, GPT Will take the Bar Exam, and on this episode of LawNext, they be a part of me to explore why they did this experiment, how it turned out, and what it all suggests for the foreseeable future of AI in law.
Katz is professor of law at Chicago-Kent Higher education of Legislation and academic director of equally The Regulation Lab at Illinois Tech, Chicago-Kent Faculty of Law and the Bucerius Centre for Lawful Technology & Information Science in Hamburg, Germany. He is cofounder and CSO of 273 Ventures, and previously cofounded the lawful AI enterprise LexPredict, which was acquired by Elevate in 2018.
Bommarito is cofounder and CEO of 273 Ventures and a serial entrepreneur and trader with in excess of 20 yrs of experience in the monetary, legal, and technological know-how industries. A cofounder with Katz of LexPredict, he also co-launched Telly, an open up resource telemetry platform, and licens.io, an details safety and compliance info business. He is an adjunct professor at Michigan Condition College School of Regulation.
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