Chief Justice John Roberts expressed caution about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in federal courts, citing it as the “latest technological frontier” in his annual report. While acknowledging potential benefits, Roberts emphasized the need for caution and humility, particularly in light of recent incidents involving AI-generated fake legal citations. The Chief Justice highlighted the nuanced and interpretative nature of judicial decisions, expressing skepticism about widespread AI adoption in the judiciary. As federal courts navigate technology integration, Roberts’ cautionary perspective prompts reflection on the delicate balance between AI precision and human judgment in legal proceedings. (Source: Chief Justice Roberts’ Annual Report)