Companies consider AI chat bot security 2023

Bloomberg News reports that Samsung will not permit its employees to use generative AI tools such as ChatGPT on its internal networks and company-owned devices due to security concerns. A memo has been sent to the staff, and the move is temporary so that the company can “create a secure environment” for using generative AI tools securely.

The company is concerned, per Bloomberg, that data transmitted to AI platforms is stored on external servers, making it difficult to retrieve and expunge.

People around the world are utilizing ChatGPT to summarize reports, but it entails sharing sensitive information with OpenAI.

People around the world are using ChatGPT to summarize reports, but this involves sharing sensitive information with OpenAI, which may have access to it. However, the level of privacy depends on how a user accesses the service.

The conversations with the chatbot are not visible to OpenAI’s support staff and are not used to train the company’s models, as reported by The Verge. However, this is not the case if the text is entered using the general web interface’s default parameters.

And Samsung is not the only company to take this step. JPMorgan, Bank of America, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and Wells Fargo are monitoring the use of these instruments (and have taken various measures). Schools in New York City have forbidden ChatGPT out of concern for disinformation.

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