- Private AI released PrivateGPT, a "privacy layer" for large language models that will automatically redact sensitive and personally identifiable information from user prompts, Venture Beat reports.
- Zalando will launch a shopping assistant using ChatGPT's enterprise version, while Head of Privacy Jan Wittrodt said the German online fashion retailer decided not to share its customer data to train the generative artificial intelligence platform's algorithm, The Wall Street Journal reports.
- IBM Vice Chief Privacy and Trust Officer Christina Montgomery, AI Ethics Global Leader Francesca Rossi and Policy Lab Senior Fellow Joshua New published a white paper titled "A Policymaker's Guide to Foundation Models." They say policymakers "should swiftly act to better understand and mitigate the risks of foundation models."
- South Korea-based Samsung is banning employee use of generative AI after employees accidentally leaked sensitive code to ChatGPT, Bloomberg reports. According to a company memo, Samsung cited "growing concerns about security risks presented by generative AI."
- Goldman Sachs Group Chief Information Officer Marco Argenti said the company is testing generative AI uses, The Wall Street Journal reports. "I honestly don't think that it's going to be years. It feels more like months," he said of an implementation timeline.
- AI pioneer Geoffrey Hinton is leaving Google so he can freely speak and share concerns surrounding the risks of AI, The New York Times reports. "It's hard to see how you can prevent the bad actors from using it for bad things," Hinton said.
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