Google is currently in the process of indexing conversations users have with the Bard chatbot on its search engine, something the company is trying to address, it confirmed on Wednesday.
Since Bard is an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot currently in the trial phase, it is only available in some countries and regions of the world.
There users have the opportunity to test its functionality for: Contribute to the development of this conversation tool.
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All conversations and activities related to your interaction with Bard are detailed in the company’s Privacy Help Center.
Moreover, These interviews are evaluated by real person reviewers to improve the productAlthough Google assured that participants’ privacy was respected, it advised against sharing confidential information.
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However, it turned out that these conversations were indexed in Google search engine results. This discovery Featured by SEO consultant Gagan Ghotra on his Twitter profile.
In response to this post, Google has acknowledged this serious issue and is working on a fix. Moreover, They recalled that users had the option to share their conversations with Bard. Although they do not intend for Google Search to index these shared conversations.
The company stated that they are currently working to resolve this situation as quickly as possible.
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