Congress issues new ChatGPT guidelines focused on privacy

The House of Representatives is implementing new guidelines for congressional offices using ChatGPTaccording to a memo issued by Chief Administrative Officer Catherine L. Szpindor.

Staffers will only be allowed to use the $20-per-month ChatGPT Plus, which offers better privacy with an option not to store chats used to train the AI. They should only enter “non-sensitive” data and never “blocks of text that have not already been made public.” Use is limited to “research and evaluation only,” and offices must enable privacy settings.

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Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers.

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