“The truth is, most people can’t afford lawyers,” he said. “This could’ve shifted the balance and allowed people to use tools like ChatGPT in the courtroom that maybe could’ve helped them win cases.”

That’s right. I suppose companies will start losing money if all workers and clients could have a cheap lawyer guidance. You could ask a lot of questions and if you want to go further, you could hire a real person providing all the data the AI already started, can help to start cases for the weak people I suppose, and I suppose that is why he got all those threats.

So let the AI take the bar exam and if it passes it should be considered legal. Not saying I’m necessarily for it, but it would be something that could help with defense for those in need.

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