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Editor: Jeremy Telman
Oklahoma City University
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Thursday, January 26, 2023

AI Contract Drafting

I feel like I have to revisit this story anew every couple of years.  Over a decade ago, companies were offering AI solutions to contracts drafting problems.  Software has long been available to help attorneys draft often very specific types of contracts.  Now, a company (or product) called Spellbook is offering to do so using GPT technology.  I imagine the technology is only getting better.

It seems pretty impressive.  I think I will let them tell their own story.  One thing I like about this video is that it is clear (or at least it should be) that this is a tool for attorneys.  It offers language, but only an attorney or extremely knowledgeable business person would know whether the language was any good.

Hat tip to Elizabeth Winston.

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Wow. How do professors of contract drafting acknowledge this phenomenon? This seems to portend widespread obsolescence of a major attorney function, reducing it to editing and revision.

Posted by: Sidney DeLong | Jan 26, 2023 12:28:21 PM