ChatGPT browsing feature deactivated only a week after roll out – here’s why

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Just a week after the ChatGPT Browse feature went live on the iOS app, OpenAI had to deactivate it due to displaying content “in ways we don’t want,” according to a tweet from the company that created the AI chatbot. 

The feature enabled users to bypass paywalls to access subscription-based content without subscriptions. “If a user specifically asks for a URL’s full text, it may inadvertently fulfill this request. We are disabling Browse while we fix this — want to do right by content owners,” the company’s tweet continued.

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