According to CNBC, Microsoft has temporarily blocked the use of ChatGPT in its facilities.
The same source indicates that the company explained to its employees that this restriction was for security reasons.
After investing millions in OpenAI, Microsoft reveals security concerns
This news was announced by the television network CNBC and surprised the entire technology world. Especially since the company has already invested several million in OpenAI, the company that owns ChatGPT, in addition to integrating AI models from this same company into its products – Bing Chat and Bing Image Creator.
But, in the meantime, Microsoft has now lifted the restrictions and clarified the entire situation that led to the temporary ban of ChatGPT. According to a Microsoft spokesperson, while testing control systems for large language models, an error occurred that raised security questions.
Everything has now been resolved, and the company founded by Bill Gates has publicly announced that it continues to support OpenAI and “encourages its employees and customers to use services like Bing Chat Enterprise and VhatGPT Enterprise that integrate greater levels of privacy and security.”
OpenAI has introduced its new GPT-4 Turbo AI model
This stance with Microsoft comes in the same week that OpenAI introduced its AI model, GPT-4 Turbo.
From now on, users can create custom chatbots, without having to know programming codes. All because OpenAI simplifies AI-based tools.
OpenAi is also creating a store, where users can make their personal chatbots available and earn money from their sales.
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