Removal of personal data from AI learning models.

15 February 2024 2 minutes

In today’s world, where artificial intelligence (AI) and language models such as ChatGPT or Bard are becoming more and more integrated into our daily lives, there are concerns about the privacy and protection of personal data. Artists, writers, and other creative individuals already face challenges when their work is used to train AI without their knowledge or consent. There is also a risk that your personal information may also be used in these models. Legislation in the field of AI is developing slowly, but it is still making progress. Companies must adapt to universal rules, including giving users the ability to delete personal data.

To delete personal data from:

OpenAI (ChatGPT)

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Meta (LLaMa)

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Google Bard (Alphabet)

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To opt out of processing your chat data for ChatGPT training, go to your account settings, find the data management section and turn off the “Chat history and training” option.


However, there are technical difficulties. Once personal data has already been used to train AI models, it is integrated into the model’s parameters, making its removal expensive and difficult without compromising the model’s performance or integrity. Also, data can be copied and stored in several places, which makes it difficult to completely delete it.

Despite the challenges and technical difficulties involved in removing personal data from AI models, we strongly encourage you to be proactive and request the removal of your data. It is important not only to initiate the deletion process, but also to ensure that when AI models are updated, your personal data is completely removed and not used again. It is also important to stay up-to-date with the privacy and data usage policies of AI companies to ensure that your data protection rights are constantly supported and protected in accordance with the latest standards and regulations.

In a world where technology evolves faster than legislation, the responsibility to protect personal data lies not only with developers and regulators, but also with users themselves. By being aware and proactive in protecting our data, we can make the digital world safer for everyone.

These legal recommendations were developed by a lawyer in the field of protection of business interests and intellectual property. For professional legal advice, contact via Telegram: @your_legist

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