Unlocking the AI paradox?
Can we have privacy in ChatGPT and in other Generative AI systems, asks Juliette Faivre of Cambridge University.
After its launch on 30 November 2022, OpenAI’s conversational chatbot ChatGPT reached one million users in a record period of only five days.(1) Since last year, new applications using the same “Generative Artificial Intelligence” (G-AI) technology have emerged. These allow users to create a variety of new content such as fictional or realistic images (e.g. an artist won a fine arts competition with an AI-generated image), write essays or academic papers (e.g. GPT-3 wrote an academic paper on itself), generate audios or even podcasts (e.g. commentator Joe Rogan interviewed Steve Jobs on Podcast.ai) among many other uses.
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