Italy was the first in the world to ban the use of ChatGPT due to the threat to personal data

Italy became the first country in the world to ban the use of ChatGPT. According to the Italian authorities, this neural network violated the law on personal data. 

About this reports the Wall Street Italy.

The Italian agency for the protection of personal data ordered the immediate restriction of the processing of the data of Italian users by the American company OpenAI and opened an investigation.

OpenAI is obliged to report within 20 days about the measures taken to fulfill the agency's request. If she does not do this, she can pay a fine of 20 million euros or 4% of the annual turnover.

In addition, the security department notes that the chatbot does not check the age of users in any way, despite the age limit of 13+ years.

Image: ChatGPT

Previously, SpaceX director Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and another 1000 professors and engineers signed a petition demanding to stop experiments with artificial intelligence. They believe. that the testing of more powerful AI systems should be postponed for at least half a year until common security protocols appear.

Chat GPT is the most famous relational artificial intelligence software capable of modeling and processing human conversations. On March 20th, a bug occurred in the chatbot that allowed other users to see threads of conversations with the bot that did not belong to them. The bug has caused concern among users who fear that their personal information could be exposed using the tool.



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