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The Chinese version of ChatGPT and the protection of our brain data

The Chinese version of ChatGPT and the protection of our brain data

The Chinese version of ChatGPT and the protection of our brain data

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The technology that aims to read your mind and probe your memories is already here

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In recent years, we have seen neurotechnology move from research labs to real-world use. Schools have used some devices to monitor children’s brain activity to know when they are paying attention. Police forces use others to determine if someone is guilty of a crime. And employers use them to keep workers awake and productive.

These technologies hold the remarkable promise of giving us whole new insight into our own minds. But our brain data is precious and dropping it into the wrong hands could be dangerous. Jessica Hamzelou, our senior biotechnology reporter, had a fascinating call with Nita Farahany, a futurist and legal ethicist at Duke University, who wrote a book advocating for new rules to protect our cognitive freedom. Read the full story.

Jessica’s story is from Checkup, her weekly newsletter that gives you information on all things biotechnology. Register to receive it in your mailbox every Thursday.

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I’ve scoured the internet to find you today’s funniest/important/scariest/fascinating stories about technology.

1 Baidu’s Ernie chatbot is not very impressive
China’s heavy internet censorship could be one of the reasons. (NYT$)
+ Shares of the company fell after its lackluster unveiling. (The Guardian)
+ Why large language models are starting to behave in strange and unpredictable ways. (quantity)
+ The battle fueled by ChatGPT for search is bigger than Microsoft or Google. (MIT Technology Review)

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