Since its launch, ChatGPT has shown different errors reported by its users, who intend to change with the new version of the car’s artificial intelligence. One of the recent failures allowed people to view questions from the search history of other users and reveal the personal information of a small percentage of those who signed up to pay for this service’s plan.
In this way, ChatGPT revealed sensitive information such as first and last name, the email address associated with the payment, the last four digits of the credit card and the expiration date.
It all started when Reddit and Twitter users revealed a flaw in the chatbot: queries made by other users appeared in their query history, in some cases in other languages. As confirmed in OpenAI’s statement, this caused all ChatGPT operations to be temporarily suspended until the bug was fixed. The service was restored some time later.
In addition to questions, users reported the presence of emails from other users on the ChatGPT Plus payment page.
OpenAI, who contacted those affected, confirmed the ruling and noted that only 1.2% of active subscribers in ChatGPT Plus were affected and, since the last four numbers were listed as credit, there was no way the full number could be seen.
GPT 4: a more secure version
According to OpenAI, “GPT-4 is more creative and collaborative than ever. It can generate, edit and iterate with users for technical and creative writing functions, such as composing poems, composing scripts or learning writing style.” According to the point of difference, the new GPT update will include images in posts and generate captions and ratings as well as user demand analysis.
“We spent six months with GPT-4 being safer and more versatile. GPT-4 is 82% less likely to respond to content requests and 40% more likely to produce scientific answers than GPT-3.5 in our internal evaluation,” he adds. company about differences with version 3.5.
OpenAI has worked on the new version together with other companies, such as Duolingo, Be My Eyes, Raya, Morgan Stanley, Khan Academy and even the Icelandic Empire.