We have no idea how its creator, OpenAI, handles data fed to the bot, and it is likely our inputs are being plowed right back into training the model, which means they could potentially be regurgitated to people using it in the future.

– Melissa Heikkila

Your input to ChatGPT could become someone else’s output, cautions MIT Technology Review. Large language models (LLMs) in newsrooms offer benefits for repackaging copy, lead generation, headline inspiration, and other efficiency gains.

But along with saving time, there are privacy concerns if sharing confidential information with an online system.


Could ChatGPT do my job?
MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW | January 31, 2023 | by Melissa Heikkila