Download our free guide 'GPT-3 in Legal: Teach AI to Become Your Digital Wingman'

Faced with economic uncertainty, legal departments need to stay hyper-focused on making smarter business decisions, driving cost savings, and demonstrating value in 2023. 

To thrive in this environment, Legal need creative approaches and quick wins that materially impact their operations and the bottom line — such as AI. Considering this, the recent launch of ChatGPT could not have been more timely.  

To help you quickly become an expert user of GPT-3, we’ve prepared a guide with lots of bite-sized tips showing you how to:

  • Employ ChatGPT for contracting ops without worrying about compliance
  • Teach AI to process your instructions most accurately
  • Maintain quality control working with AI-generated content

Who's it for?

Contract managers

CLOs/Head of Legal


Legal ops managers

What's Inside

A list of all possible applications of GPT-3 technology in legal, followed by the description of the existing functionality that supports it

Tactics and best practices to train ChatGPT to generate valid legally enforcible copy, and means to ensure the quality of the AI-produced clauses

Privacy and ethics concerns that usually encompass the use of GPT-3 in legal, followed by the ways they can be addressed without compromising your company’s policies and security

More about this checklist

In today’s economic climate where costs are under extreme scrutiny, businesses must identify the right technology to work faster and smarter. 

By leveraging cutting-edge, modern technology like AI, legal teams are equipped to improve cross-functional collaboration and decrease the effort invested in low-impact legal work. 

The launch of ChatGPT built on GPT-3 AI has unlocked extra possibilities for legal, which are all gathered in this guide. The tips we collected set the foundation for simple and efficient use of ChatGPT for contracting.

Frequently asked questions

There's no one best suited to answer this question than GPT-3 itself. According to this AI, "ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI, which is capable of generating human-like text based on the input it is given. The model is trained on a large corpus of text data and can generate responses to questions, summarize long texts, write stories and much more. It is often used in conversational AI applications to simulate a human-like conversation with users."
Depending on your goals, there is a multitude of ways GPT-3 can be used. At its core, any interaction can be brought down to the pattern 'you give GPT-3 instructions in the input field, and it generates its best-matching response'. You can use this technology to write stories, generate contract clauses, produce social media posts, and much, much more.
ChatGPT AI uses a neural network algorithms that replicate the way human neurons communicate with one another. This way it analyzes human input, analyzes the data available on the Internet that it can access, and produces a response that suits input criteria best.
While there are several privacy and security concerns surrounding the technology, there is also a way to safely address them to ensure all sensitive data remains intact. Download our guide to find out what it is 🙂
In short, it's VERY unlikely, as it is heavily based on human input and requires human critical thinking.

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