Its creators say the AI app helps ordinary people understand how artificial intelligence is progressing. Critics contend there’s much work to be done.
The answer came not from Ginsburg’s numerous court opinions, but an artificial intelligence model of the late justice released Tuesday. “Whether it’s good or bad, it’s settled, and, therefore, it’s not my business to think about it,” the RBG bot concluded.
The model, called Ask Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is based on 27 years of Ginsburg’s legal writings on the Supreme Court, along with a host of news interviews and public speeches. A team from the Israeli artificial intelligence company, called AI21 Labs, fed this record into a complex