Microsoft staff can read Bing chatbot messages

Intended to address 'inappropriate behaviour'

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Microsoft has updated its privacy policy to make clear it can gather and analyse user interactions with chatbots
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Microsoft has updated its privacy policy to make clear it can gather and analyse user interactions with chatbots

Microsoft has admitted that its employees can read conversations between users and the Bing chatbot, raising concerns about the handling of information provided to online AI systems.

As reported by The Telegraph, Microsoft's human reviewers are tasked with monitoring user submissions to the chatbot as a means of addressing instances of "inappropriate behaviour." However, the...

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