Will ChatGPT Break the Regulatory Commenting Process?

GW Reg Studies Podcast discussion
Thu, 12 January, 2023 1:00pm - 2:00pm

ChatGPT is an AI chat bot capable of remarkably human responses. Is the regulatory commenting process prepared for this game-changing technology? GW Law Vice Provost Emily Hammond joins GW Regulatory Studies experts Bridget Dooling, Steve Balla and Mark Febrizio to discuss the implications ChatGPT creates for the public commenting process used at regulatory agencies.

Emily Hammond is Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and the Glen Earl Weston Research Professor at The George Washington University Law School
Steven J. Balla is a professor of political science and Co-Director of the GW Regulatory Studies Center
Bridget C.E. Dooling is a Research Professor with the GW Regulatory Studies Center and Professor of Law at GW Law
Mark Febrizio is a Senior Policy Analyst at the GW Regulatory Studies Center

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Additional Resources

Read our Commentary & Insight article on ChatGPT

Responding to Mass, Computer-Generated, and Malattributed Comments

ACUS Final Report on Mass, Computer-Generated, and Fraudulent Comments

ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue


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