Privacy risks associated with generative AI systems

28/02/2023 | IAPP

The popularity of generative AI systems, like ChatGPT, Google's Bard and Microsoft's Bing chatbot, has skyrocketed in recent weeks. Beneath the surface, massive amounts of data are required to interact with users in detailed conversational ways. Such data use is problematic and raises concerns about the data collection and privacy practices of generative AI technologies. 

In related news, TechCrunch reports OpenAI has announced it is planning to alter its practices and policies on the use of customer data in artificial intelligence model training for speech-to-text technologies ChatGPT and Whisper. Third-party app integrations through new application program interfaces will not use data for service improvements without user consent and will only retain API user data for 30-days.

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Generative AI, ChatGPT, Bard and Microsoft's Bing chatbot

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