One year of ChatGPT, Act 10 lawsuit

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Act 10 protesters on the Capitol Square
Opponents to the governor’s bill to eliminate collective bargaining rights for many state workers protest outside of the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. Andy Manis/AP Photo

A new lawsuit is challenging Act 10 on equal protection grounds. We talk with a constitutional law expert about the merits of the case. We also look back on the year since the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT launched.

Featured in this Show

  • After one year with ChatGPT, what's changed?

    It’s been a little over a year since OpenAI debuted ChatGPT, an immensely popular AI chatbot. The popularization of ChatGPT kicked off drastic changes, good and bad, for many industries beyond tech. We talk to an AI expert about where the technology has taken us in the last year, and where we’re headed in the future.

  • What makes the latest lawsuit over Act 10 in Wisconsin different from previous suits

    Multiple labor unions in Wisconsin filed a new lawsuit to try and overturn Act 10 and restore collective bargaining rights. A UW-Madison law professor joins us to look at the equal protection argument in this case and what makes it different from previous lawsuits over this issue.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Beatrice Lawrence Producer
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Robin Zebrowski Guest
  • Howard Schweber Guest

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