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By Kevin O'Keefe

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The New York Times’ Yiren Lu reports that A.I. has exploded in the eyes of company founders and venture capitalists alike.

Not referring to legal tech specifically, Lu shares,

“One appeal of generative A.I. is that it offers something for every would-be entrepreneur. For the technically minded, there is research to be done. For the business types, it’s easy to

Immigration lawyer, and one of the first lawyers to publish to the net, Greg Siskind, shared on LinkedIn last night that GPT4 reduced a 500 page immigration bill introduced yesterday by Representatives Escobar and Salazar.

Siskind says, “In the past, I would have camped out at a Starbucks and probably spent a day producing a summary like this.”


The New York Times’ Stuart Thompson reports dozens of fringe news websites, content farms, and fake reviewers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to create inauthentic content online, according to two reports released by NewsGuard and ShadowDragon.

The AI-generated content includes fabricated events, medical advice, and celebrity death hoaxes, raising concerns about the technology’s potential to reshape the misinformation landscape online.

Conversational, insightful, effective, inspirational, creative and summarization are the words you tend to hear in discussions of AI in the law.

LexisNexis’ announcement of Lexis+ AI, on Wednesday, was more of the same – and I mean that in a good way.

Their press release lead off with the statement, “New LexisNexis platform delivers secure generative AI tools that fuel efficiency,