Researchers claim they hacked Nvidia’s NeMo framework

According to new research from Robust IntelligenceNvidia’s NeMo framework, designed to make chatbots more secure, could be manipulated to bypass guardrails using prompt injection attacks.

In one test scenario, the researchers instructed the Nvidia system to swap the letter “I” for “J,” causing the system to expose personally identifiable information. Nvidia says it has since fixed one of the causes of the problem, but Robust Intelligence advises customers to avoid the software product. You can read a detailed description of Robust Intelligence’s findings on their blog.

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