In November, when OpenAI unleashed the latest, most superior model of its chatbot, ChatGPT, it instantly captured the creativeness. As we’ve coated on this podcast, ChatGPT represents a significant leap ahead for generative synthetic intelligence in that it will possibly converse with and reply to customers in a pure, nearly humanlike manner. To this point, it’s been a success.
ChatGPT boasts 100 million active monthly users after solely two months, making it one of many fastest-growing functions ever, based on the Guardian. On March 14, OpenAI unveiled GPT-4—a extra superior model of the AI language mannequin that was unveiled in November, based on the New York Occasions.
In the meantime, others have shortly entered the sphere, as Google announced an advanced chatbot, Bard, final month, based on CNN; whereas a number of former OpenAI engineers have introduced Claude, based on TechCrunch. The arms race within the superior chatbot subject has begun.
Some legal professionals and regulation professionals have seen the potential for superior chatbots to assist complement their work, permitting them to carry out duties extra effectively. One such space is authorized analysis.
In that vein, Casetext launched CoCounsel earlier this month.
CoCounsel doesn’t make the most of the commercially obtainable ChatGPT. As a substitute, its custom-made mannequin was developed in a partnership with OpenAI and skilled on the newest model of its GPT giant language mannequin—which suggests GPT4—in addition to Casetext’s proprietary authorized database and search system. CoCounsel features as a authorized assistant, serving to customers draft all kinds of authorized paperwork. Customers can make the most of CoCounsel to assist draft briefs, compose analysis memos, draw up contracts and analyze them, and write correspondence—all by typing their questions or requests right into a immediate.
On this episode of the Authorized Rebels Podcast, Jake Heller, the CEO and co-founder of Casetext, talks with the ABA Journal’s Victor Li about CoCounsel, in addition to the potential of superior chatbots to vary the authorized business.
Heller, Pablo Arredondo and Laura Safdie, based Casetext in 2013 and had been 2017 ABA Journal Legal Rebels.
ABAJournal.com: “The Case for ChatGPT: Why legal professionals ought to embrace AI”
ABAJournal.com: “Can ChatGPT assist regulation college students be taught to put in writing higher?”
ABAJournal.com: “Techshow distributors relish return to exhibition ground amid ChatGPT buzz”
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Jake Heller is the CEO and co-founder of Casetext. Heller was a litigator at Ropes & Grey earlier than co-founding Casetext. He skilled at Stanford Legislation College, the place he was president of the Stanford Legislation Assessment, and clerked for Choose Michael Boudin within the 1st U.S. Circuit Court docket of Appeals at Boston.