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OPC launches investigation into ChatGPT

Briefs | 04/04/2023 5:31 pm EDT
Privacy sweep finds issues with some educational apps: OPC

Canada’s federal privacy watchdog has opened an investigation into OpenAI, the company behind the ChatGPT chatbot that has taken the internet by storm and stunned users in recent months.

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