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Professors Amy Cyphert and Sean Tu Will Publish New Scholarship on AI, Legal Reasoning, Legal Research, and Legal Writing

West Virginia University College of Law professors  Amy Cyphert and Sean Tu will publish new scholarship with co-author Sam Perl (Carnegie Mellon University) in an upcoming volume of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology.  The article is titled "Artificial Intelligence: Legal Reasoning, Legal Research and Legal Writing" and is available now on SSRN:  https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=4817765.

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Professors Amy Cyphert and Sean Tu to Publish New Article on AI in Colorado Technology Law Journal

West Virginia University College of Law professors  Amy Cyphert and Sean Tu will publish new scholarship with co-author Sam Perl (Carnegie Mellon University) in an upcoming volume of the Colorado Technology Law Journal.  The article is titled "Artificial Intelligence Cannibalism and the Law" and is available now on SSRN:  https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=4622769.

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Professor Amy Cyphert Presents on the Impacts of AI at WV Press Convention 2023

On Saturday, August 12, 2023, West Virginia University College of Law professor Amy Cyphert spoke during an education session at the 2023 West Virginia Press Convention. Professor Cyphert's session was titled "Artificial intelligence, ethics and its implications for communications" during which she spoke about the impact of large language models on journalism and media. Professor Cyphert's scholarship on this topic includes:

A Human Being Wrote This Law Review Article: GPT-3 and the Practice of Law, 55 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 401 (2021).

Professors Tu and Cyphert to Publish New Scholarship on AI and Patent Prosecution in Texas Tech Law Review

West Virginia University College of Law professors Sean Tu and Amy Cyphert co-authored new scholarship to be published in the Texas Tech Law Review. The article, "Limits of Using Artificial Intelligence and GPT-3 in Patent Prosecution", discusses the possible expansion of patent rights as a result of increased use of AI by inventors.

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