An article in The Wall Street Journal (£) examines privacy concerns related to the use of generative artificial intelligence (Gen AI) chatbots and the vast amounts of information they have access to, some of which may contain sensitive personal information. Experts suggest that while there is always a risk of exposure, there are ways to limit that risk. The article outlines measures certain Gen AI creators have implemented to protect user privacy, such as allowing users to turn off chat history storage and providing options to delete conversations. However, the article concludes that the best way for consumers to protect themselves is to avoid sharing personal information with Gen AI tools and to be cautious when conversing with any AI.
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