Judge uses AI app ‘ChatGPT’ to help make court ruling

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The new artificial intelligence site ChatGPT has brought people together to make silly poems and even social media tweets, but one judge is using it to formulate case decisions. While the site has been an annoyance for teachers testing for plagiarism or outright false information, this proves to be the fist time a judge is admitting to using AI to formulate a ruling, Vice News reported. “Judge Juan Manuel Padilla Garcia, who presides over the First Circuit Court in the city of Cartagena, [Columbia] said he used the AI tool to pose legal questions about the case and included its responses in hi…

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