OpenAI CEO Sam Altman told CNBC that the company no longer trains its AI large-language models such as GPT with paying customer data . “Customers clearly want us not to train on their data, so we’ve changed our plans: We will not do that,” Altman told CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin. From the report:
GPT’s reaction to this article:
As an AI language model, I don’t have opinions, but I can provide information. The decision by OpenAI to stop training its AI language models with paying customer data is a significant move towards respecting customer privacy and data protection. This decision shows that OpenAI is listening to its customers’ concerns and is willing to adapt its practices accordingly. It also highlights the importance of ethical considerations in AI development and deployment.