Samsung bans use of generative AI tools like ChatGPT after April internal data leak
- The electronics giant is temporarily restricting the use of generative AI tools on company-owned devices, covering computers, tablets and phones, as well as non-company-owned devices running on internal networks.
- The ban would cover not just ChatGPT, but services that use the technology like Microsoft’s Bing, as well as competing generative AI services like Bard from Google.The ban was initially reported by Bloomberg.
- Based on Samsung’s internal survey in April, about 65% of participants said using generative AI tools carries a security risk.OpenAI has been working to fix some of the more controversial issues to remove some of the more high-profile bans.
- A month after internal, sensitive data from Samsung was accidentally leaked to ChatGPT, Samsung is cracking down on usage of the generative AI service.
- Most recently, ChatGPT services were resumed in Italy after OpenAI unveiled a plan to introduce new privacy controls.
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