Do you use ChatGPT? Here are the things you should never do

oh OpenAI’s ChatGPT continues to be one of the big phenomena among tech lovers, with the tool also serving as a first contact with Artificial Intelligence for the general public.

Despite this curiosity and enthusiasm for technology, ChatGPT has some risks and potential threats to users’ privacy, so there are certain things that users should never share with the platform or be especially aware of.

One of the things you absolutely must not do is share personal data with ChatGPT. In addition to this information stored by OpenAI, ChatGPT’s privacy vulnerabilities have recently been investigated by some countries, namely Italy.

Another piece of advice you should follow is don’t install untrusted apps related to ChatGPT. In recent times, several cases of malicious software disguised as ChatGPT extensions have been reported, with the sole purpose of stealing personal information. That said, we recommend that you only install extensions or apps for ChatGPT from trusted sources.

Likewise, you should always ask ChatGPT provide sources which allows you to verify the information you provide. While ChatGPT is impressive in the way (and confidence) it presents information, you should always ask the right source to ensure you are not being misled.

Finally, you should also be aware that all information presented by ChatGPT may be protected by Copyright. In this way, you will have to be careful not to reproduce word for word what ChatGPT offers you.

Also read: Elon Musk has created a new company that focuses on artificial intelligence

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