Be careful with what you use it for, as well as how much you trust the results...
Source: Lawyer Uses ChatGPT In Federal Court And It Goes Horribly Wrong
Oh yeah, definitely.
Though, honestly I think that's very good advice for the internet as a whole. Use common sense and dont just immediately trust results you get.
And if you ask one of these for info, it can help also if you get any links it may have been looking at when it gave you the info. Bing in particular does this, when I ask it things it'll give me some answers, but then also hand me links to sites where I can get more detail and see where that info came from. Note that ChatGPT in its base form actually cannot access the internet. You need plugins active for that (and you have to then have actually selected them).
The whole lawyer thing there though, like... what the heck? I mean, what in the world did the guy think was gonna happen? This sounds like a classic case of a guy who didnt read the fine print / manual / something. I mean really it says it right on the intro page to the site... Also as a professional shouldnt the guy be checking his sources, regardless of what those sources are? Ya gotta double check, in a professional setting! Seems like common sense to me, but hey, what do I know...