Google updated the privacy policy for AI learning


In recent privacy policy updates, Google has allowed the collection of public data for learning AI products.

The July 1, 2023 version of the policy says that the company will collect data to train AI models and develop its products such as Google Translate, Bard and Cloud AI.

As of December 15, 2022, there was no mention of artificial intelligence. Data was collected to improve language models.

Earlier, OpenAI, the developer of the ChatGPT chatbot, was sued for identity theft. The plaintiffs allege that the firm violated privacy laws by collecting information using applications integrated into ChatGPT.

Recall that in June in the United States called on OpenAI and Twitter to label AI-generated content.

That same month, Amazon’s division of Amazon Web Services launched a $100 million fund to advance generative artificial intelligence.

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