The US House of Representatives has restricted the use of ChatGPT, a cutting-edge AI language model, which is growing in popularity, due to privacy concerns.
According to a warning note from the House of Representatives Chief Executive Officer, lawmakers and all parliamentary staff will only be able to use the “ChatGBT Plus” version of ChatGPT, which has the privacy features necessary to protect corporate data.
According to the note, which warns that the artificial intelligence model ChatGPT should only be used for “research” and “evaluation” purposes, only non-sensitive data should be used in the application.
In addition, the note warns not to paste any text that has not been made public before, in the text typed button of ChatGPT, which is recommended to be used with privacy settings enabled.
In the USA, many deputies, especially President Joe Biden, point out the risks that artificial intelligence and the latest developing technologies offer, as well as the risks they may pose, and call for action on this issue.