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University of Oslo’s own ChatGPT system bypasses Microsoft


AI tool prevents Microsoft’s access to research data and removes restrictions for inappropriate searches

A University of Oslo-developed artificial intelligence tool, which gives researchers, staff and students access to a modified version of ChatGPT, has attracted 12,000 users, according to reports.

Launched in September, GPT UiO has since been modified to distinguish it from the Microsoft’s technology so the tech giant—which owns almost half of ChatGPT developer OpenAI—has no access to the questions posed by GPT UiO users or the answers they receive. The latest figures on its use were reported by higher education publication Khrono.

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