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Thriving, Not Just Surviving, at the Chat GPT Tipping Point

JD Supra – What Lawyers, Judges, and Clients Need to Know About Using Generative AI Right Now: “Generative AI and Chat GPT exploded in the past few months causing businesses and legal professionals to reconsider their operational and administrative processes. The race to develop programs and applications using AI for legal professionals is proliferating faster… Continue Reading

Data Commons is using AI to make the world’s public data more accessible and helpful

Google Paper on Data Commons, September 12, 2023: “Publicly available data from open sources (e.g., United States Census Bureau (Census) [1], World Health Organization (WHO) [2], Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) [3]) are vital resources for policy makers, students and researchers across different disciplines. Combining data from different sources requires the user to reconcile… Continue Reading

Amazon launches generative AI to help sellers write product descriptions

Amazon: “Generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) is helping people tackle tasks like building spreadsheets, captioning images, and writing essays, poems, and presentations. Now, Amazon is using the latest advancements in AI to dramatically improve the listing creation and management experience for sellers. A new set of generative AI capabilities will simplify how Amazon sellers create… Continue Reading

Artificial Intelligence and Law

Oladipo, John, Artificial Intelligence and Law (June 19, 2023). Available at SSRN: or “…The rise of artificially intelligent machines has certainly made many tasks easier, faster, and more efficient. However, it has also raised concerns about the impact on the labour market and the potential for job displacement. As AI technology continues to… Continue Reading

A comprehensive and distributed approach to AI regulation

Brookings – Alex Engler August 31, 2023 – Proposing the Critical Algorithmic Systems Classification (CASC) A defining challenge of AI regulation is creating a framework that is comprehensive, but still results in rules that are tailored to the nuances of AI in different applications, such as in educational access, hiring, mortgage pricing, rent setting, or healthcare… Continue Reading

How to Use Large Language Models for Empirical Legal Research

Choi, Jonathan H., How to Use Large Language Models for Empirical Legal Research (August 9, 2023). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (Forthcoming), Minnesota Legal Studies Research Paper No. 23-23, Available at SSRN: “Legal scholars have long annotated cases by hand to summarize and learn about developments in jurisprudence. Dramatic recent improvements in the… Continue Reading

Large Language Models and the Future of Law

Charlotin, Damien, Large Language Models and the Future of Law (August 22, 2023). Available at SSRN: or “Large Language Models (LLMs) have crashed into the scene in late 2022, with ChatGPT in particular bringing to the mainstream what has before this remained within the domain of the initiates. This paper introduces the main… Continue Reading

Contextualizing Deepfake Threats to Organizations

Joint CSI – Contextualizing Deepfake Threats to Organizations – Executive summary. “Threats from synthetic media, such as deepfakes, present a growing challenge for all users of modern technology and communications, including National Security Systems (NSS), the Department of Defense (DoD), the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), and national critical infrastructure owners and operators. As with many… Continue Reading

Uncovering Similarities in News Organisations’ AI Guidelines

Oxford Internet Institute: “In the ever-evolving landscape of news reporting, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has recently taken centre stage. A significant catalyst for this transformation was the public debut of ChatGPT, a Large Language Model (LLM) by US-based OpenAI, in November 2022. This development has prompted many news organisations to turn their attention… Continue Reading

Google Dropped the ChatGPT killler!?

Steve Nouri, LinkedIn – Google Dropped the ChatGPT killler!? Microsoft announced a game-changer(PyEx). How to teach using AI and more: Google dropped the new AI-powered assistant (#chatgpt rival). Duet AI assistant across its Workspace apps: Gmail, Drive, Slides, Docs, etc. It assists users in various tasks, such as converting a Docs outline into a Slides… Continue Reading

OpenAI admits that AI writing detectors don’t work

Ars Technica – “No detectors “reliably distinguish between AI-generated and human-generated content. Last week, OpenAI published tips for educators in a promotional blog post that shows how some teachers are using ChatGPT as an educational aid, along with suggested prompts to get started. In a related FAQ, they also officially admit what we already know:… Continue Reading