As the artificial intelligence wave continues to pick up steam, there are plenty of organizations looking to cash in—while others are being more careful. While chatbots like ChatGPT can be a miracle assistant for some, companies that hold proprietary code or sensitive customer information need to be more careful. When a user inputs data into a large language model like ChatGPT, that data can get sent back to the model so it can improve itself. While OpenAI CEO Sam Altman claimed that ChatGPT won’t use customer inputs for training, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
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