Circuits in Session: Addendum and Elaboration of the Appellate Court Judge Experiment

This is an addendum to the prior article, Circuits in Session: How AI Challenges Traditional Appellate Dynamics. That article reported on my experiment with use of ChatGPT as an appellate court judge. For the experiment I used an opinion and parties’ briefs from a case too recent to be part of GPT’s training, Brandi McKay vs. Miami-Dade County, 36 F.4th 1128 (11th Cir. June 9, 2022). Shortly after publishing Circuits in Session, I noticed a small, stupid error in my procedure for the experiment….
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