IT giants have mixed reactions over employees using ChatGPT. The leading companies including Apple, Samsung, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, and more have restricted the use of Chat GPT.
Apple is Restricting Use of ChatGPT for its Employees
An American multinational technology company, Apple said AI could lead to a potential leak of confidential data. The company’s decision comes amid concerns about employees leaking confidential data and AI platforms collecting sensitive information.
Samsung restricting its employees from using ChatGPT
A South Korean multinational electronics corporation, Samsung Electronics has banned the use of Chat GPT and other AI-powered chatbots by its employees.
The company has restricted the use of AI services due to concerns about sensitive internal information being leaked on such platforms.
Deutsche Bank barred its workers from using ChatGPT
One of the world’s leading financial service providers, Deutsche Bank has too disabled access to Chat GPT for its employees. The decision is again due to concerns about the security and privacy of sensitive information.
JPMorgan Restricts Employees from Using ChatGPT
JPMorgan Chase has restricted its staffers from using Chat GPT. The bank did not restrict the usage of the popular artificial intelligence chatbot for any particular incident.
Amazon Warned its Employees Using Chatgpt
Amazon has reportedly warned employees to not put confidential data on ChatGPT. The company has warned its employees about its usage after the company reportedly witnessed ChatGPT mimic internal Amazon data.
Citigroup & Goldman Sachs banned access to ChatGPT in February
Citigroup Inc. and Goldman Sachs Group have also restricted employees’ use of the chatbot through an automatic restriction on third-party software.
Bank of America has prohibited its employees from using ChatGPT for business purposes
Bank of America added Chat GPT to a list of unauthorized apps that also includes WhatsApp, and told employees in internal meetings that they must have new technology vetted before using it in communications.
The basic understanding of the possible reasons these companies have restricted the use of AI tools includes Data leakage, Cyberattacks, Misleading information, and Lack of regulation.