Italy put the brakes on the artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT, forcing the program to temporarily shut down in Italy due to alleged privacy violations and failure to ensure that users were above the age of 13, according to MSN.
The Italian Data Protection Watchdog ordered ChatGPT, owned by OpenAI, to go offline while it probe a possible breach of the European Union's strict privacy regulations.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman revealed days before that the platform had a "bug" that temporarily allowed users to see what other users had been asking the AI chat.
“We had a significant issue in ChatGPT due to a bug in an open source library, for which a fix has now been released, and we have just finished validating,” Altman posted on his Twitter page, according to CNBC.
“A small percentage of users could see the titles of other users’ conversation history," he added.
“We feel awful about this,” Altman continued. Read More
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