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AI chatbots have become an invaluable tool for many of us but not everyone’s comfortable using them just yet. Between the fact that ChatGPT saves your data and that you need an internet connection to use it, many don’t feel comfortable using it. These problems could be overcome if ChatGPT was open source, as it would allow anyone to run it on their own hardware. That’s already possible with some competitors, which we’ll talk about later. But let’s start with ChatGPT — is it free in the same sense as Android and Linux?