Mark Zuckerberg has announced that Meta plans to use Facebook and Instagram posts, including comments, to train artificial intelligence models, raining concerns over privacy and toxicity. Zuckerberg revealed the plan after releasing the company's latest earnings report, stating that Meta has more user data than was used to train ChatGPT and would soon be using it to build its own AI systems. Bloomberg notes that Meta's access to interactive data from comment threads could give it an advantage.
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