Discover Insights

Add Your Heading Text Here

Haleon Awarded “Healthcare and Life Sciences Team of the Year” at World Trademark Review Industry Awards 2023 

GPT 101: Decoding ChatGPT’s Generative AI for Legal Professionals

GPT 101: Decoding ChatGPT’s Generative AI for Legal Professionals

Date: January 18, 2023  

ChatGPT’s release has produced a mix of awe, dread and excitement for many in the legal market. Read Rhys Dipshan’s article on ChatGPTwhere he speaks with Aaron Crews on what this advanced AI model can do in the real world: 

 “I don’t think people will be talking about GPT-3 in 24 months, I think they’ll be talking about products that they have built, that may have GPT-3 as an element of the underlying delivery system,” said Aaron Crews, senior vice president of data, analytics, and AI at United Lex. 

So what legal technologies will GPT-3 and other advanced LLMs likely power? 

From his perspective, Crews believes such AI models would be a natural fit for legal drafting tools. He noted that GPT-3 is “probably more impactful in terms of its ability to deliver crisp, clear prose that looks like it came from a human,” though such AI-produced content will still likely need to be reviewed by legal professionals. 

Read the full article here:

Related Content

Tomorrow’s Lawyers Will Need Tomorrow’s “Discoverers” To Accomplish Their Goals

Technology is just one of the factors forcing legal modernization, the growth and potential of data and how humans adapt to all of it is transforming the legal industry.

Forging New Paths at the Foothills of Legal Modernization

The unique perspectives of Richard Susskind and Mark A. Cohen in a recent discussion revealed a new legal landscape where stagnation is not an option.

Patent Landscaping that Goes Beyond to Uncover Opportunities: A Case Study

In less than three months, UnitedLex produced and refined a tool capable of analyzing the complete data sets and visualizing the results in an easy, interactive way.

Legalweek: What can you reasonably expect out of ChatGPT?

Crews noted that while many legaltech types have high hopes for generative AI use in law, including himself, at its core the technology isn’t that revolutionary.