Article synopsis: “GPT chat vs personal data”.

4 July 2024   /  Articles

The article ‘Chat GPT vs personal data’ by Wojciech Kostka and Marek Czwojdzinski, published in ODO magazine, discusses in detail the impact of generative artificial intelligence, such as ChatGPT, on the processing of personal data and the challenges and risks involved.

The key issues addressed in the article are:

1. the functioning of ChatGPT:

How ChatGPT works and how it processes user data during interactions.

2. Collection and processing of personal data:

What types of personal data can be collected by ChatGPT.
The ways in which OpenAI processes this data.

3. Compliance with RODO regulations:

Analysis of the compliance of ChatGPT’s activities with European data protection legislation (RODO).
OpenAI’s obligations in the context of RODO, such as informing users of the processing of their data, consent to data processing and users’ rights to access, rectification and erasure.

4 The data protection measures put in place by OpenAI:

OpenAI’s specific measures to protect personal data, such as anonymisation, minimisation of collected data and the use of advanced security technologies.

5 Challenges and risks:

Potential risks associated with ChatGPT’s data processing, including the risk of privacy breaches, inadvertent collection of sensitive information and use of data in ways that are inconsistent with users’ intentions.
Challenges related to transparency and accountability in the context of the use of generative AI.

6 Actions to minimise risks:

Initiatives and procedures put in place by OpenAI to minimise risks, including audits, compliance testing and collaboration with data protection experts.

 

The article offers an insightful analysis of today’s data protection challenges in the context of rapidly evolving artificial intelligence technology, highlighting the importance of regulatory compliance and the ethical aspects of using such technologies.

 

A link to the article can be found here.

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