Published: 1 July, 2023
Since ChatGPT launched last November, interest in artificial intelligence has skyrocketed, with discourse around its potential impact on everything from healthcare to dating. Wherever artificial intelligence is being discussed, however, one overarching theme persists: privacy.
AI systems need copious amounts of data to operate effectively, and when we consider Big Tech’s chequered history of scraping, exploiting, and mishandling people’s data, it’s no wonder there’s trepidation over the privacy implications of AI. How tech giants, however, are able to handle users’ data is changing and perhaps the privacy wave sweeping the tech industry can reassure worried netizens that AI’s use will be regulated.
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