ChatGPT’s hallucinations draw EU privacy complaint – POLITICO

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Noyb claims that the chatbot’s behavior violates the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on privacy, the accuracy of information as well as the right to correct inaccurate information. It also argues that the AI firm refused to correct or delete wrong answers, and won’t disclose any information about the data processed, its sources or recipients.

“It’s clear that companies are currently unable to make chatbots like ChatGPT comply with EU law, when processing data about individuals,” said Maartje de Graaf, noyb’s data protection lawyer.

“If a system cannot produce accurate and transparent results, it cannot be used to generate data about individuals. The technology has to follow the legal requirements, not the other way around,” she said.

The New York Times previously reported that “chatbots invent information at least 3 percent of the time — and as high as 27 percent.”

POLITICO also asked ChatGPT about Schrems’ birthday and came up with three different answers: June 24, September 17 and October 17.

Schrems’ birthday is actually on October 1, noyb told POLITICO .

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