ChatGPT got the early press, and every day we learn of new generative artificial intelligence products that can create new and creative visual and text responses to human input. Following on ChatGPT’s fame, Google’s Bard and Microsoft’s Bing are now grabbing some of the spotlight, but these are merely a few of the hundreds if not thousands of generative artificial intelligence products currently available or in development—there is no question that generative AI is here to stay. Indeed, social media and other platform companies—TikTok (using AI to create or add effects to images), Instacart (to create shopping lists and answer food questions), and Shopify (to generate product descriptions), to name a few—are already integrating AI into their services.
Among all the questions begged by this innovative technology are some critical issues concerning privacy. While only time will tell the extent of the privacy issues, some of the concerns are already clear.
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