Guide to prompt engineering for lawyers (or how to speak to AI copilots like ChatGPT and get the best results) in the second of my three articles for the UK Law Society Gazette on “Lawyering in the Age of AI”.
Many in-house legal teams now have access to an AI Copilot (mostly thanks to Microsoft’s incredibly fast roll out of their AI Copilot for the Office suite of apps). This leads to the question – now you have the tool & guaranteed confidentiality – how do you maximise the productivity and other benefits from it.
The big question of course is whether to say please and thank you to the bot. I don’t think good manners necessarily gets you a better result but, thanks to my mother’s upbringing, I always do.
Read more here: https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/practice/lawyering-in-the-age-of-ai-part-2/5117466.article