So, get this, apparently Microsoft is sweating over the security of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. I mean, the company has invested a cool $13 bill into OpenAI, and now they’re pulling the plug on their own employees? For real, man. Like, the internal access to this AI tool was blocked for about an hour. The website got hit with a big ol’ “access denied” from the bosses over at Microsoft.
And it’s not just Microsoft feeling the stress. The UK’s secret spy agency, GCHQ, has been sounding the alarms about AI tools, like ChatGPT, hoovering up sensitive data. Samsung even had to ban their staff from using the service after some classified info leaked out. A little embarrassing, right?
But hey, Microsoft says it was all a mistake. In fact, they’re trying to spin it as a positive thing, saying they’re all about privacy and that another AI tool, Bing Chat Enterprise, is really where it’s at.
And the drama doesn’t stop there. OpenAI got hit with a DDoS attack. Yeah, for real. And supposedly, some hackers from Russia are taking credit for it.
This whole thing is a wild ride, man. But hey, at least we got some good stories out of it. Cheers!