Lawyer warns 'integrity of the entire system in jeopardy' if rising use of AI in legal circles goes wrong

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As lawyer Jonathan Saumier types a legal question into ChatGPT, it spits out an answer almost instantly.

But there’s a problem — the generative artificial intelligence chatbot was flat-out wrong.

“So here’s a prime example of how we’re just not there yet in terms of accuracy when it comes to those systems,” said Saumier, legal services support counsel at the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society.

Artificial intelligence can be a useful tool. In just a few seconds, it can perform tasks that would normally take a lawyer hours or even days.

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But courts across the country are issuing warnings about it, and some experts say the very

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