FTC opens ChatGPT investigation

13/07/2023 | The Washington Post

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced it is to investigate OpenAI over concerns that ChatGPT may have put personal reputations and data at risk. The FTC has demanded records from the San Francisco company regarding how it addresses risks related to its generative artificial intelligence (AI) models. The move marks the most significant regulatory threat to OpenAI's business in the United States to date, as the company seeks to shape the future of AI.

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