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What the Senate's "AI Framework" really means

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Over 100,000 ChatGPT accounts compromised 🦹‍♂️

Entrée: What does the U.S. Senate’s “AI framework” mean? 🇺🇸

Dessert: OpenAI announces AI marketplace 🛒


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🚨 ChatGPT account credentials are being stolen!

What happened? Group-IB, a cybersecurity research company, just discovered through their newly implemented “Threat Intelligence” platform that around 100,000 ChatGPT accounts have been infected by malware like Raccoon, Vidar, and Redline. A record of 26,802 compromised ChatGPT accounts was recorded last month (May).

Who was compromised? There is no current list available to the public about which specific accounts were compromised.

How do you know if you’re at risk? If your bills are abnormally high and do not match your usage, pause your account and contact OpenAI support.

How can you protect yourself? To better secure your account, ensure 2FA authentication is enabled and your password is unique.

Stay safe out there, friends! 🙏


The U.S. Senate announced a framework for AI regulation … which means we are closer than ever to not being close at all to regulation. 👍

What happened? Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer revealed his long-awaited legislative framework for regulating AI. He said this framework has been developed as a result of regular discussions with more than 100 AI developers, executives, scientists, and workforce experts.

The “SAFE Innovation for AI” framework has five central pillars (sourced from NBC):

  • Security: Shore up national security by examining AI threats from foreign adversaries or rogue groups, and ensure economic security for workers, especially low-skilled, low-income workers.

  • Accountability: Support the creation of “responsible” systems to address things like misinformation and bias; support creators by addressing copyright concerns and protecting intellectual property.

  • Foundations: Require that AI systems align with democratic values at their core, protect elections, promote AI’s societal benefits while avoiding potential harms, and stop the Chinese Communist Party from writing the rules of the road on AI.

  • Explain: Companies should share how the AI system arrived at a particular answer in simple and understandable terms so users can better understand why the system produced a particular answer and where that answer came from.

  • Innovation: Support U.S. innovation in AI technologies that focuses on unlocking the potential of AI and maintaining U.S. leadership in the technology.

President Joe Biden said, “We’ll see more technological change in the next 10 years than we’ve seen in the last 50 years—and maybe even beyond that, and AI is already driving that change in every part of the American life.” 🇺🇸


Say goodbye to the traditional App Store as you know it, because a new, AI app store is about to take over. 🦾

What’s up? OpenAI plans to launch a marketplace that will allow developers to buy and sell AI models built on top of Open AI’s technology.

How will it work? The AI “app store” would allow companies to buy and sell customized bots tailored to specific needs. The goal of this marketplace is to make people more aware of groundbreaking AI innovations and make advanced chatbots easier to discover and more useful across various industries.

Are there any concerns? This move by OpenAI could create competition with their current partners, such as Salesforce and Microsoft. This has the potential to damage their relationship with these companies, although it does not violate current partnership contracts.


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