The dangers of ChatGPT have been highlighted by the NCSC
The UK’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) is alerting the public about the dangers of ChatGPT. This artificial intelligence model gained popularity after its launch a few months ago. After it became available to the public, a ton of people trooped in to try out its abilities in various ways.
Some people asked for recipes for specific dishes, answers to assignment questions, and other random questions. The response of this artificial intelligence model to various questions thrown it’s way amazed lots of people. For this reason, more people wanted to give ChatGPT a try, hence increasing its popularity.
Now the system on which this artificial intelligence model run has received an upgrade. The GPT-4 system brings improvements to the conversation abilities of various artificial intelligence models that rely on it. With the increasing adoption of this artificial intelligence model, are there any dangers that it poses to society? A recent update highlights a few, let’s take a close look at these dangers.
According to the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) here are the dangers of ChatGPT
The UK National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) has alerted the public to the dangers of ChatGPT. They did this with a recent blog post on their official website, where they delved into ChatGPT and large language models (LLMs).
With the increase in popularity of these artificial intelligence models, there is a need to know the risk they might pose. Well, the UK National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) has done the research to help enlighten the public. From their findings, users of ChatGPT and other LLMs will get to know what majors to take with these artificial intelligence models.
One of the first observations to take to mind with the artificial intelligence models is that they might be misleading. Some information they provide to users’ requests might be wrong, biased, violent, etc. For this reason, users of ChatGPT and other LLMs should be mindful of the content they consume from these artificial intelligence models.
There is also the need to be careful about the type of information you share with these platforms. The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) advises against sharing sensitive information with ChatGPT or other LLMs. These platforms might not reveal user information, but they have access to user queries and can be hacked, hence revealing these queries to the public.
For this reason, try not to ask such platforms questions that are quite sensitive to your personal life or work. The dangers of ChatGPT and other LLMs also encompass how cyber criminals and bad actors can put it to use. So, while you try new or existing large language models, it is important to understand the risks they pose.