OpenAI quietly updates policies, allows military AI applications

Concerns are growing about the misuse of AI systems

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OpenAI quietly updates policies, allows military AI applications

OpenAI has covertly removed explicit prohibitions on the use of its ChatGPT technology for "military and warfare" applications, signalling a shift in the company's stance.

The change, made in a recent rewrite of the usage policy, came into effect on 10th January, as reported by The Intercept. Previously, OpenAI's policies explicitly banned activities posing a high...

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