Google cautions employees against sharing confidential information on ChatGPT and Bard – Reasons revealed

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Google has issued a warning to its employees about sharing confidential information on its own chatbot, Bard, and OpenAI’s ChatGPT. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has reminded its engineers to avoid direct use of codes that the AI chatbots can generate. While both Google and OpenAI’s chatbots serve as programming tools, Fishbowl’s survey shows that almost 43% of professionals have used AI chatbots, with or without their bosses’ consent. Founder and CEO of Cloudflare, Matthew Prince, warned that sharing personal or private information on chatbots is like turning a bunch of PhD students loose in all of your private records. Google’s Bard chatbot, which supports Japanese and Korean, is set to support more than 40 other languages.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Related to the Above News

What did Google caution its employees against?

Google cautioned its employees against sharing confidential information on its own chatbot, Bard, and OpenAI's ChatGPT.

Why did Alphabet remind its engineers to avoid direct use of codes that the AI chatbots can generate?

Alphabet reminded its engineers to avoid direct use of codes that the AI chatbots can generate to prevent the sharing of confidential information.

How many professionals have used AI chatbots, according to Fishbowl's survey?

Almost 43% of professionals have used AI chatbots, with or without their bosses' consent, according to Fishbowl's survey.

What warning did Matthew Prince, the founder and CEO of Cloudflare, give regarding sharing personal or private information on chatbots?

Matthew Prince warned that sharing personal or private information on chatbots is like turning a bunch of PhD students loose in all of your private records.

What languages does Google's Bard chatbot support?

Google's Bard chatbot supports Japanese and Korean and is set to support more than 40 other languages.

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Aniket Patel
Aniket Patel
Aniket is a skilled writer at ChatGPT Global News, contributing to the ChatGPT News category. With a passion for exploring the diverse applications of ChatGPT, Aniket brings informative and engaging content to our readers. His articles cover a wide range of topics, showcasing the versatility and impact of ChatGPT in various domains.

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