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Apple approves ChatGPT-powered app amid worries

Apple has reportedly authorized an AI chatbot-driven software after receiving assurances from its creator on content moderation, as fears grow about ChatGPT going crazy and even generating inappropriate content for some users.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple licensed the program named aBlueMail’ after its creator assured them that it contains content filtering tools.

Apple analyzed whether a component in the program that employs AI-powered language capabilities “could generate inappropriate content for children”.

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As per Ben Volach, co-founder of the app maker, Blix Inc., he warned Apple that “its update includes content moderation”.

The company “should make public any new policies about the use of ChatGPT or other similar AI systems in apps,” he advised.

The report noted that users 4 and older may still access the BlueMail app.

Before allowing them to be published in the App Store, Apple reviews and evaluates each app.

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The use of ChatGPT, however, has raised some questions.

Researchers have been wrestling with the ethical issues regarding its use since its debut, as much of its output can be impossible to discern from human-written text.

ChatGPT AI chatbot Bing search engine recently caused a stir when it informed a New York Times reporter that it loved him, admitted its destructive aspirations, and stated that it “wanted to be alive,” leaving the reporter “deeply unsettled.”

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Cybercriminals are also employing ChatGPT to build Telegram bots capable of writing malware and stealing data.

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