Google will use all “public” content to train its Bard neural network. The company has updated its privacy policy, which states that all information from all sites indexed by the Google search engine will be used to train the chatbot.

Google will use all the content of the Internet to train Bard’s neural network

Google will use all the information from the sites indexed by the company’s search engine to train Bard’s neural network. This is stated in Google’s updated privacy policy, said the Gizmodo portal.

The portal experts pointed out that Google is going to use the Internet as its own playground for training artificial intelligence. The authors of the post had doubts about the legality of Google’s actions, since this paragraph of the privacy policy is unprecedented.

The updated Google privacy policy is effective on July 1, 2023.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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