- Chatbot adds privacy feature
- OpenAI also held a new round of funding
- And raised $300 million
After a month break, ChatGPT is available again in Italy. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman announced this on his Twitter.
Recall that in March, local authorities restricted ChatGPT due to privacy concerns. Local regulator Garante accused OpenAI of not verifying the age of chatbot users. So, they are used by children under the age of 14 (Italy is against this). The commission also protested against the idea that neural networks were trained at the expense of user requests.
On April 25, OpenAI introduced a new feature that partially addresses privacy issues. It will allow users to disable chat history. With this setup, the neural network will not be able to use chats to train its AI algorithms.
OpenAI is also working on exporting. This function will allow you to export the data in email format. This way, users will see what information ChatGPT stores and how it is related to them.
Well, the latest news – OpenAI held a new round of investments and raised $ 300 million. Tiger Global, Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz and other large sharks bought the company’s shares. Now the project estimate has grown to $27-28 billion.
Recall that the company from San Francisco Falconx is developing a special chat bot “Satoshi”. It will help crypto traders in transactions.