OpenAI withholds ChatGPT image analysis feature over privacy concerns

20/07/2023 | Independent

OpenAI has developed a more advanced version of ChatGPT, which can process images as well as text. However, the company is reportedly withholding certain features, such as facial recognition, due to ethical and legal fears. The company is concerned about the privacy implications of using its AI to collect and process information about people’s faces and is working to address safety concerns before releasing the image analysis tool to the public.

In related news, Reuters reports Apple is testing a large language model of its own. 

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