The infamous AI program ChatGPT has been trending a lot lately. From this AI saving the lives of pets to people using it to get another job. AI has been used in all kinds of scenarios. On one side we see it as a very helpful tool to modernize the workflow of humans, on the other hand, people see it as a dangerous technology that will be used to take over humans. However, that debate is for another day. Right now, ChatGPT has Incognito Mode. Here is why.
ChatGPT Incognito Mode
OpenAI, the parent company of ChatGPT, has introduced essentially an incognito mode for the AI. This mode will not save users’ conversations with the AI. But why? As ChatGPT does not allow any “unethical” or “explicit” conversation or question, what is the need for this private mode?
Here Is Why?
last month, ChatGPT got banned in Italy for possible privacy violations. They said OpenAI could resume the service if it met demands such as giving consumers tools to object to the processing of their data. OpenAI told that the company was compliant with European privacy law and is working to assure regulators.
“We’ll be moving more and more in this direction of prioritizing user privacy,” Murati said, with the goal that “it’s completely eyes off and the models are super aligned: they do the things that you want to do”.
Now even though the conversations don’t get leaked, however, the data sure is reviewed and used to further train the AI models. This private mode essentially gives users the choice to keep their data and conversations private and not to be shared to train or research no matter the reasoning.
However, one thing to keep in mind is that the chat history will be saved for 30 days, to monitor for abuse before permanently deleting them.
How To Access This Private Mode
You can turn on the ChatGPT Incognito mode by going to “Chat History & Training” in the settings menu.
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