Google warns its own employees about the risks of generative AI

16/06/2023 | Reuters

Alphabet, the owner of Google, is reportedly warning its employees about the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots, including its own program, Bard. The company has advised employees not to share confidential information with AI chatbots, in line with its policy on information protection. Additionally, Alphabet has cautioned its engineers to avoid using computer code that chatbots can create. While the company is marketing its generative AI tools around the world, it is also emphasising the importance of caution when using chatbots.

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