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Italy bans ChatGPT amid growing trend of artificial intelligence; Know why

Italy bans ChatGPT: In recent months, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has taken over the world of technology, with a large part of the credit going to OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT, which pushed AI into the public. Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, dubbed ChatGPT the most breakthrough invention in 40 years. Unfortunately, despite ChatGPT’s growing global popularity, this […]

Edited By : Prateek Gautam | Updated: Apr 3, 2023 14:55 IST
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Italy bans ChatGPT: In recent months, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has taken over the world of technology, with a large part of the credit going to OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT, which pushed AI into the public. Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, dubbed ChatGPT the most breakthrough invention in 40 years.

Unfortunately, despite ChatGPT’s growing global popularity, this AI technology has recently experienced a huge setback. On Friday, ChatGPT was outlawed in Italy. This is the first time a government has prohibited the use of an artificial intelligence tool.

Why did Italy ban ChatGPT?

According to a New York Times investigation, OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, has been charged by Italy’s data protection authority with stealing data from its customers. Furthermore, the Italian authorities have noted that ChatGPT lacks an age-verification system to prevent minors from being exposed to illicit information.

With this decision, Italy has become the first jurisdiction to prohibit ChatGPT because to privacy concerns. Unlike in China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran, OpenAI has chosen to remain silent for the time being.

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According to the New York Times, ‘in Italy, regulators have requested OpenAI to prevent Internet users in the nation from accessing ChatGPT until the business produces new information.’

Before making a final decision on the future of the technology in the country, the agency has ordered OpenAI 20 days to provide information on the substance and possible safety.

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First published on: Apr 02, 2023 01:28 PM IST

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