April 25 (Reuters) – OpenAI is introducing what one employee called an “incognito mode” for its hit chatbot ChatGPT that does not save users’ conversation history or use it to improve its artificial intelligence, the company said Tuesday.
The San Francisco-based startup also said it planned a “ChatGPT Business” subscription with additional data controls.
The move comes as scrutiny has grown over how ChatGPT and other chatbots it inspired manage hundreds of millions of users’ data, commonly used to improve, or “train”, AI.
Italy last month banned ChatGPT for possible privacy violations,…
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