Law school professors from Columbia, UVA discuss ChatGPT, how AI won’t replace lawyers
ChatGPT education concerns: Students will use it as ‘shortcut’
Education and tech experts weigh in on the impact ChatGPT will have on education.
Professor Eric Talley of Columbia Law School, who recently taught a course on Machine Learning and the Law, says AI won’t replace lawyers but will instead complement their skills, ultimately saving them time, money and making them more effective.
Professor Lawrence Solum, who teaches Law and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Virginia School of Law, explained to FOX Business that “Artificial intelligence has already had a profound influence on the way that lawyers work.”
They explained to FOX Business the benefits that AI will bring lawyers, the dangers that AI poses to lawyers who don’t understand its power, and how they’re addressing this new technology in the classroom.
“Rose Law Group is finding ways to integrate AI into our practice in order to be efficient and to allow human lawyers to do what they do best and spend less time with things that technology can now assist with.”
-Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president