France Bans ChatGPT
ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence that fascinates users with the answers it gives, has been prevented from being used in a country while continuing its successful course.
ChatGPT, developed by OpenAl and integrated into the Bing browser by Microsoft with a huge investment, reaches more and more users every day.
ChatGPT, which offers the feeling of chatting with a human with its logical answers, made both Google and other rival companies jealous with its success. So much so that the first obstacle came from China for ChatGPT. China, which previously rolled up its sleeves for its own artificial intelligence chatbot, bans ChatGPT, which has gained popularity before, in the country.
OBSTACLE TO CHATGPT FROM CHINA
According to Nikkei Asia’s report, tech firms are prohibited from offering ChatGPT or related services through their platforms.
In the news in the Chinese state media, there were statements that ChatGPT, developed by the US-based artificial intelligence company OpenAI, spread false information that could harm sovereignty.
It was reported that the China Daily newspaper shared a post on the subject on Weibo, the country’s largest social media platform. The post in question stated that ChatGPT would help the US “spread disinformation and its own political narratives”.
With the new decision, it was stated that the technology giant Tencent, the owner of WeChat, also received a warning, and then access was removed. Following this move, China became the first country to ban ChatGPT.