"Large language models such as ChatGPT are all the rage these days. A lot of commentators, legal professionals, lawyers and media outlets, have spent a lot of time examining this game changing technology.
This isn't the first time that a promising piece of legal technology upended the legal industry. When technology assisted review first started gaining traction in e-discovery ins the 2010's, many of the same superlatives assigned to ChatGPT were used to describe this groundbreaking new process that purported to review documents faster and more accurately than humans. Lawyers would get hours and hours of time back, and clients would save tons of money.
But then a funny thing happened..."