Brian Hall - November 15, 2017 - Artificial Intellience, Internet Law, Internet Lawyer
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In modern times, life is less about keeping up with the Joneses and more about keeping up with the Jetsons. Technology has infiltrated almost every aspect of life, where a dead cell phone feels like a lost limb. With artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning developments, battery-dead devices will begin to feel like lost companions. As an AI lawyer specializing in AI law, I am uniquely aware of how fast AI develops. ChatGPT by OpenA is the best current example of an AI service platform that is driving the explosion of public awareness about the potential of AI to change the way we live and work. Evangelists of the ChatGPT service believe AI will revolutionize customer service, legal services, healthcare, finance, retail, education, software programming, art, and more.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning refer to software that can adjust how their coding reacts to input over time as they “learn” more about the information they are receiving. Artificial intelligence affects life, from Siri to smart cars to online advertisements. The full range of rewards and risks that arise from using these technologies has not been fully explored. AI can automate any process, perform predictive analytics, improve information accuracy and do so in seconds. AI can also create better user experiences and provide more personalized services.
At least five legal issues are innately associated with AI and machine learning.
You no doubt have heard of ChatGTP through the project OpenAI. ChatGTP provides a service whereby users can interact with a chatbot using natural language as though it is a normal human conversation. OpenAI is based on a deep learning model trained on millions of conversations, allowing it to learn and respond to questions and prompts (commands, context, approaches). Even more critical, ChatGTP learns more with every conversation. ChatGTP exploded into mainstream consciousness in late 2022 with the launch of version ChatGTP 3, turning the world upside down with excitement about the possibilities of artificial intelligence. Developers and others are creating services on top of the OpenAI codebase using the ChatGTP API.
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When it comes to AI and machine learning, there are currently more legal questions than answers. Artificial intelligence legal issues have yet to arise. But don’t worry; robots may have legal answers for us soon enough. When they do, will we be ready to listen? How does machine learning fit in Law? Law, including AI lawyers, is but one area to be disrupted by AI.