By ET Bureau - April 26, 2023 1 Mins Read
OpenAI, a San Francisco-based startup, is launching an “incognito mode” for its generative AI chatbot ChatGPT. It will not save users’ interaction history or utilize it to improve its artificial intelligence. The company also plans to launch a “ChatGPT Business” subscription with additional data controls.
As there is a growing concern about how ChatGPT and other chatbots manage hundreds of millions of users’ data and commonly use it to improve, or “train,” AI, the company plans to make this move, according to a report by Reuters.
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