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“Always a bad idea,”

writes US Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, discussing lawyers who used AI and then cited non-existent cases.

Mostly, though, he seems pretty optimistic about how AI could make the courts and legal research more accessible:

I predict that human judges will be around for a while. But with equal confidence I predict that judicial work—particularly at the trial level—will be significantly affected by AI.