Matt Halling


Matt Halling is a prosecutor practicing in The Hague. From 2011-20 he worked in Chambers at the International Criminal Court, mostly for the Trial Division. He writes in a personal capacity and can be reached at

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Artificial Intelligence and International Criminal Law

Artificial Intelligence (‘AI’), particularly large language models (‘LLMs’) such as Open AI’s ChatGPT, Bing Chat, and Google Bard, pose clear risks when lawyers use them without understanding their limitations. One need look no further than recent news, where an attorney incurred the wrath of a New York federal judge for submitting a brief with cases…

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