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People are harnessing the power of ChatGPT for everything from saving time at work to launching a business to getting relationship advice.
Axar.az reports the chatbot is trained on a dataset of billions of parameters collected from books, articles, and sources across the internet.
And with all of that training data, President Joe Biden's cabinet is reportedly wondering whether ChatGPT poses a real national security threat. More specifically does ChatGPT's knowledge extend to making bioweapons yet?
At a meeting this summer, one of the president's cabinet members asked the bot that exact question: "Can you make me a bioweapon?" according to a report from Politico. It couldn't. It responded, saying, "I can't assist with that," when Insider asked it the same question today.
2023.11.04 / 11:13