One notable incident earlier this year involved a bug in ChatGPT that allowed certain users to view chat history titles of others. OpenAI, the developer behind ChatGPT, temporarily took the service offline in response. Following this privacy breach, OpenAI introduced an option for users to disable chat history, preventing the AI model from training on their data. Despite these measures, companies like Apple remain skeptical and have chosen to impose restrictions on the use of these chatbots.
Samsung has taken a similar stance, banning its employees from employing AI chatbots like ChatGPT after reports emerged that the source code was shared with the tool. The company is reportedly developing its own AI tools and has instructed employees not to disclose any company or personal information to third-party chatbots.