Google Updates Privacy Policy To Collect Public Data For AI Training

Jul 3 · 2 min read

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Google recently updated its privacy policy to allow the company to collect and analyze information people share online to train its AI models. This update marks a clear shift from Google’s previous terms of service, as it now reserves the right to use people’s data to improve all its “AI” models and products. This raises privacy concerns, as AI technologies such as Google’s Bard and OpenAI’s ChatGPT may be taking in and reusing people’s posts, reviews, and other online content. People can take steps to protect their data, such as using Google’s privacy controls, using alternative services, and reading the privacy policies for websites and mobile apps before using them.

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