A ChatGPT glitch has allowed some users to access the titles of other users’ conversations as announced by the company’s CEO.
Sam Altman, the OpenAI CEO, confirmed the error had been corrected, and the company apologized for the inconvenience caused.
The platform’s conversations are saved in the user’s chat history, which can only be accessed by the owner, however people are concerned about the platform’s privacy after the incident.
Since Monday, users began to see conversations appear in their history that they said they hadn’t had with the chatbot.
One user on Reddit shared a photo of their chat history including titles like “Chinese Socialism Development”, as well as conversations in Mandarin.
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Google and Microsoft, a major investor in OpenAI, have been jostling for control of the burgeoning market for artificial intelligence tools.
But the pace of new product updates and releases has many concerned missteps like these could be harmful or have unintended consequences.
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