Legaltech News: Tracking Generative AI: How Evolving AI Models Are Impacting Legal

Extract from Legaltech News’s article “Tracking Generative AI: How Evolving AI Models Are Impacting Legal”

In late 2022, commercially available generative artificial intelligence tools saw an exponential increase in sophistication and ability, taking the legal world by storm. As the underlying models continue to involve and improve, these tools will become more powerful—increasing both their applicability to legal work and their implications for existing law in the process.

Below is a digest of coverage of generative AI from Legaltech News and across ALM.

Innovating for Innocence Part 1: GPT-4, CoCounsel and the California Innocence Project

By Stephanie Wilkins

The California Innocence Project is utilizing CoCounsel, the GPT-4-powered AI legal assistant from Casetext, to help level the access to justice playing field on the back end by streamlining the process for exonerating the wrongfully convicted.

Legal Insurer’s ChatGPT Warning Is Impacting Law Firms’ Generative AI Projects—But Not All

By Isha Marathe

A blanket warning over not using ChatGPT altogether, as issued by one insurance provider, might not necessarily fit with client demands, or law firms’ own view of the technology.

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