iHeartMedia bans workers from using ChatGPT for projects

The San Francisco office of iHeartMedia. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Radio broadcaster iHeartMedia has banned its employees from using ChatGPT and similar artificial intelligence platforms for work projects over concerns that its internal business information could leak to competitors.

In a memo sent to employees this week and obtained by The Desk, iHeartMedia CEO Robert Pittman and CFO Rich Bressler said employees who feed ChatGPT and similar AI programs information about the company’s business could wind up doing more harm than good.

The concerns stem from how AI platforms like ChatGPT…

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