ChatGPT privacy tool lets creators hide their work from its AI

OpenAI has been in hot water regarding data privacy ever since ChatGPT was first released to the public. The company used a lot of data from the public internet to train the large language model powering ChatGPT and other AI products. But that seems to have included copyrighted content. Some creators went ahead and sued OpenAI, and several governments have opened investigations.

Going forward, OpenAI plans to deploy a new tool called Media Manager that will let creators opt out of training ChatGPT and other models that power OpenAI products. The feature might have been introduced much later than some people expected…

from BGR – https://trl.ca/32w

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