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Professor Blake A. Klinkner publishes new article: “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?”

Categories: Faculty

Check out Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?” In his article, Professor Klinkner explains why artificial intelligence “hallucinates” when it is asked to conduct legal research and writing. Professor Klinkner also addresses professional pitfalls in using artificial intelligence chatbots to engage […]

Students enjoy curling with Dean Pappas and Professor Klinkner

Categories: Faculty, Students

This weekend, Dean Brian Pappas and Professor Blake Klinkner treated students to a “Learn 2 Curl” class, followed by dinner. At the Legal Affair event held this fall, students were able to bid on experiences with faculty, including curling lessons and a game hosted by the Grand Forks Curling Club. In a highly competitive matchup, […]

“What Attorney’s Should Know about Deepfakes” by Professor Blake A. Klinkner

Categories: Faculty

In his most recent article, “What Attorneys Should Know About Deepfakes,” Professor Blake A. Klinkner discusses how deepfakes are impacting the use of evidence at trial and threatening fair legal adjudications. Professor Klinkner also shares telltale signs that a video, picture, or audio may be a deepfake. As deepfake technology progresses, it will become difficult, […]

Professor Blake Klinkner published in the Wyoming Lawyer

Categories: Faculty

Can Room Scans Prior to Remote Examination Constitute a Violation of the Fourth Amendment? Blake A. Klinkner As videoconferencing has become ubiquitous, questions have arisen over the degree to which we should allow, or require, this technology to intrude into our personal spaces. During the COVID era’s rapid transition to online instruction and examination, debates […]