Will ChatGPT Replace the Need For Attorneys?

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Written by Adam R. Fracht
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Artificial intelligence has revolutionized many industries, with some predicting that it will eventually replace human workers altogether. One such industry that has been impacted by the rise of AI is the legal profession. However, while AI-powered chatbots such as ChatGPT have made great strides in the legal field, they cannot replace the expertise and experience of human attorneys. Great introduction, right? That entire paragraph is—verbatim—courtesy of ChatGPT. AI software like ChatGPT has incredible potential in the sense that it is available 24/7, has vast knowledge with a data library updated to 2021, and best of all, it’s free. With the recent news of ChatGPT passing the LSAT, concerns have risen that this technology may ultimately replace the need for human attorneys. Nonetheless, as with all great things, there are limitations, and even ChatGPT knows its limits. While it can draft a basic lease with the click of a button, there are certain human qualities and other factors that AI simply cannot replace.

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