Most who play around with ChatGPT will come away impressed—the chatbot’s grasp of language is unlike anything many have seen before, including legal AI experts. Of course, most (if not all) the credit should go to the AI model powering the chatbot—text-davincci-003, one of the latest GPT-3 AI models from research company OpenAI.

Still, just how much of an advancement this AI model, and the chatbot it powers, represents is an open question. The technology, after all, has some clear limitations. But that isn’t to say that ChatGPT and GPT-3 don’t represent a significant evolution in the AI field.

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