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AI chatbots answer questions about divorce law in Northern Ireland and the UK with an "unacceptable level of accuracy", Belfast-based SG Murphy Solicitors has warned. The firm found put ChatGPT and Google Bard to the test, asking a series of questions about divorce law and asking the chatbots to dra

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In-house lawyers must not wait until the eleventh hour to ensure their companies' compliance with forthcoming EU regulations on artificial intelligence, an event hosted by Irish Tech General Counsel (ITGC) has heard. Speaking in William Fry's offices this morning, technology consultant Barry Scannel

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The Law Society of England and Wales has urged the UK government not to diverge from the EU's nascent regulatory regime for artificial intelligence. In its response to a government white paper published in March, the Law Society calls on the UK to align with the EU, which is working towards a bindin

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Irish Tech General Counsel (ITGC) will tomorrow welcome lawyers to William Fry's offices for a discussion on how in-house lawyers can use artificial intelligence to thrive. AI expert Barry Scannell, technology consultant at William Fry, will demystify the recent explosion of generative AI onto the s

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The EU has moved significantly closer to adopting laws regulating artificial intelligence in a move welcomed by civil liberties campaigners. The European Parliament has approved regulations meant to set a worldwide benchmark for the technology, which covers a broad spectrum from automated medical di

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An experienced lawyer who was misled by ChatGPT has apologised after citing several non-existent cases invented by the AI-powered tool in a legal filing. US attorney Steven A. Schwartz, who has practised in New York for three decades, said he was "unaware of the possibility that [ChatGPT's] content

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James Milliken, solicitor at Belfast-based Carson McDowell, considers the impact of generative artificial intelligence on UK copyright law. At the most basic level, copyright law attempts to balance the needs of authors with the interests of society as a whole. It is intended to provide a middle gro

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Consumers injured by AI-powered devices like drones, robots and smart home systems will be able to sue for compensation more easily under proposals adopted by the European Commission. The European Commission this week set out plans for a revised Product Liability Directive and a new AI Liability Dir

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Human beings should always know if they are directly interacting with another human or an artificial intelligence (AI), a report highlighting a series of "critical concerns" about future AI systems, has warned. The report from the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on AI listed a number o

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