Since its Nov. 30 launch, ChatGPT has exploded in popularity, achieving 100 million users in just two months.

Naturally, lawyers are worried about potential risks stemming from ChatGPT and other “generative AI” chatbots. But while much has been written about risks involving data privacy, discrimination and even potential replacement of junior lawyers by chatbots, experts warn there are some less-obvious risks.

Beware ‘the Hype Train’

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