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Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has cautioned its employees about sharing confidential information with AI chatbots, including its own like Google Bard, due to the fact that data shared is stored and can be used for training purposes, potentially visible to the companies’ employees​.

Which company warned its employees about sharing confidential information with AI chatbots?
A) Microsoft
B) Alphabet
C) Apple
D) Amazon

What does Google collect when you interact with its AI chatbot, Bard?
A) Your conversations only
B) Your location only
C) Your feedback and usage information only
D) All of the above

How long does Google keep a subset of conversations for review by trained reviewers?
A) One year
B) Two years
C) Three years
D) Four years

Bottom Line:

As marketers often have access to confidential and sensitive company information, it’s crucial to understand the risks associated with sharing any of this information with AI chatbots. The data shared could be stored and potentially accessible by the companies that own the technology.

Answers to the Multiple Choice Questions:

B) Alphabet
D) All of the above
C) Three years

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