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Lawmakers in Europe crack down on AI regulation | ABC News
The global legal fraternity is grappling with one of the first cases of an AI mix-up making it to court. It started when a lawyer used ChatGPT to prepare for a court case, and it turns out ChatGPT got it wrong. Lyria Bennet Moses is Director of the UNSW Allens Hubs for Technology, Law and Innovation, and she says the case brings into question more broadly the idea and the need for regulation in this space – something European lawmakers turned their attention to this week.

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