From Judge Michael J. Newman (S.D. Ohio) on Use of AI to Prepare Filings
From today’s order in Whaley v. Experian Info. Solutions, Inc., which dismisses the case on the merits but also adds:
Plaintiff admits that he used Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) to prepare case filings. [This yielded hallucinated citations to nonexistent cases. -EV] The Court reminds all parties that they are not allowed to use AI—for any purpose—to prepare any filings in the instant case or any case before the undersigned. See Judge Newman’s Civil Standing Order at VI. Both parties, and their respective counsel, have an obligation to immediately inform the Court if they discover that a party has used AI to prepare any filing. The pe
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