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Cautionary steps for ChatGPT in the workplace

OpenAI has recently enhanced ChatGPT, bringing it up-to-date with the latest improvements. However, some concerns have been raised, particularly regarding potential challenges associated with "conversational AI leaks." Employers are advised to exercise caution and implement careful monitoring procedures to mitigate any unforeseen issues that may arise from the upgraded system.

These leaks happen when sensitive info given to chatbots, like ChatGPT, accidentally gets exposed. People using these chatbots might reveal confidential details without realizing it. This can range from finding code errors to making meeting notes. 

Employers should do something about ChatGPT use. Banning it might be a quick idea, but there are other options. They can get a special license or make rules and train employees about using it safely. OpenAI's latest version could also help by letting users make chatbots while keeping info safe. 

In managing AI risks, there is no one solution for everyone. But being careful and acting is crucial. Employers and employees should choose AI tools wisely, check where info comes from, and be mindful of what they share.  

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