A brief experiment in legal blogging using AI

Further to our report about AI and blogging in yesterday’s roundup, I decided to try my hand at writing a post using ChatGPT. I started off with Pastafarians and the exchanges went like this:

Me: “Pastafarians”

ChatGPT: “Pastafarians are members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a parody religion that emerged in 2005 in response to the teaching of intelligent design in American public schools. Pastafarians believe that a Flying Spaghetti Monster created the universe and that pirates are “absolute divine beings.” They also often wear colanders on their heads and use humor and satire as a way to promote their beliefs. The church is not recognized as a legitimate religion by most governments, but its followers have been successful in some instances at getting their religious headgear recognized as legitimate religious headwear in official ID photos and other legal contexts.”

Me: “Pastafarians recent court cases” Continue reading