- As per reports, a user discovered the bug and shared images of it on Twitter.
- OpenAI disabled chat histories on Monday after identifying the bug.
OpenAI, the company that owns ChatGPT, stated on Wednesday that it had resolved a bug that allowed a small group of users to view the titles of other users’ conversation histories with the popular chatbot, which regarded as a significant issue.
we had a significant issue in ChatGPT due to a bug in an open source library, for which a fix has now been released and we have just finished validating.a small percentage of users were able to see the titles of other users’ conversation history.we feel awful about this.
— Sam Altman (@sama) March 22, 2023
The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, addressed this problem on Twitter by revealing that a flaw in the open-source code was to blame for the bug. He apologized and promised that a technical postmortem would be conducted shortly.
As per reports, OpenAI disabled chat histories on Monday after identifying the bug. But they subsequently enabled again that evening. GPT-4, an update to GPT-3.5, which made obtainable to users through ChatGPT on November 30, released by Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:
).-backed OpenAI last week.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT is an AI-powered chatbot meant for offering human-like replies. It achieved popularity and a large user base due to its conversational style of engaging with users.
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