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Michael Cohen admits false cases in early release offer came from Google AI program

Trump’s former lawyer pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations in 2018.

Former President Donald Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen sent his lawyer nonexistent legal files produced by the Google Bard artificial intelligence program as he sought to bolster his request for an early end to his freedom monitored, according to a letter to the court made public Friday. .

Cohen, who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations in 2018, requested an early end to his supervised release sentence in a motion that included three cases he said supported his argument. His lawyer said Cohen wrongly believed Google Bard “was a supercharged search engine, not a generative AI service like Chat-GPT.”

According to his lawyer, the fact that the invalid citations were included in Cohen’s motion “was an error motivated by negligence and not malicious intent,” but Judge Jesse Furman is now considering whether to impose sanctions .

“As a non-lawyer, I did not keep up with emerging trends (and associated risks) in legal technology and did not realize that Google Bard was a generative text service that, like ChatGPT, could displaying quotes and descriptions that appeared real but in reality were not,” Cohen said in a court affidavit made public Friday.

In his own letter to the court, Cohen’s lawyer, David M. Schwartz, said he believed the legal quotes came from another of Cohen’s lawyers, Danya Perry.

“If I had believed that Mr. Cohen had found these cases, I would have researched it. I did, however, believe that Mr. Cohen had sent me cases that Ms. Perry found,” Schwartz said.

Judge Furman gave all parties until Jan. 3 to submit additional comments on possible sanctions and whether Cohen deserves an early termination of his supervised release.

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