In August, the Silicon Valley-based international law firm Gunderson Dettmer became one of the first U.S.-based firms — if not the first — to develop and launch a “homegrown” internal generative AI tool, which it calls ChatGD. 
As Joe Green, the firm’s chief innovation officer, told me at the time, “Given our position as a firm that focuses exclusively on working with the most innovative companies and investors in the world, we thought it would be really worthwhile for us to get our hands dirty and actually get into the technology, see what we can do with it.”
Now, more than four months into it, the firm is beginning to get a clearer picture of just what it can do with the technology — and what it cannot. It has also had a chance to track adoption of the technology among the firm’s professionals, see how they use it, and measure the cost

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