ChatGPT: Risks and Opportunity for Public Comments in Rulemaking

Fri, 3 March, 2023 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Hosted by the American Bar Association Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section

ChatGPT and other technologies using large language models have made their way to the front page, delighting, and frightening us with their ability to generate sophisticated content. While the risk of computer-generated comments obfuscating the public voice and creating overwhelming comment volumes has been a simmering issue for years, these new technologies present a whole new set of challenges and opportunities for the notice and comment process. On the one hand they make form letters and other organized campaigns harder to identify, on the other they can help stakeholders put their ideas forward in ways that may be receive a better hearing. This webinar assembles a panel of experts to discuss the potential impacts of this new wave of AI technologies on rulemaking.


Reeve BullDeputy Director, Virginia Office of Regulatory Management, Washington, DC 

Bridget Dooling, Research Professor, GW Regulatory Studies Center, Washington, DC 

Sabrina Jawed, Manager, Space Regulations and Standards Branch, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC 

Beth Simone Noveck, Professor, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Connor Raso, Senior Associate General Counsel, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, Washington, DC 

Moderator: Dhiren Patel, President DocketScope, Inc., Arlington, VA

Open to everyone.

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