There’s a certain irony in the legal market becoming enthralled with a chatbot. Of course, this isn’t just any old chatbot.

ChatGPT, developed by AI research company OpenAI is one of the most advanced publicly released chatbots lawyers have likely ever seen. The engine behind the innovation is research company OpenAI’s newest generative AI model, known colloquially as GPT-3.5, which allows ChatGPT—and a growing number of legal tech platforms—to create new and unique content, and interact with lawyers on an almost human-like level.

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