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ChatGPT in family law: an AI companion or adversary? Part 1

Date:10 SEP 2023
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Yasmin Khan-Gunns Associate Keystone Law

Terms like ‘ChatGPT’ ‘conversational AI’ and ‘chatbot’ have been buzzing around in our digital sphere and various media outlets. If they’ve managed to elude you so far it’s high time you get acquainted.

I must confess until recently I too had skirted around these trending terminologies. Among other reasons I remained sceptical about the potential influence of artificial intelligence on my practice as a family lawyer. It turns out I was off the mark. Artificial intelligence has the capacity to both aid and obstruct our profession which Part 1 and 2 of my articles will delve deeper into.

The focus of my article will be on ChatGPT-4 a state-of-the-art AI chatbot known for its ability to generate remarkably human-like responses. I will use ChatGPT-4 in two specific ways. In Part 1 I will pretend to be a lay person seeking family law legal advice. In Part 2 I will be the family lawyer that I am seeking a more efficient way of doing things. I will also be a marketing & business development assistant ...

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