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ChatGPT maker OpenAI said Thursday that it caught groups from Russia, China, Iran and Israel using its technology to try to influence political discourse around the world

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OpenAI finds Russian and Chinese groups used its tech for propaganda campaigns

ChatGPT maker OpenAI released a new report Thursday, May 30, saying that it caught groups from Russia, China, Iran and Israel using its technology to try to influence political discourse around the world. The company’s findings highlighted concerns that generative artificial intelligence is making it easier for state actors to run covert propaganda campaigns as the 2024 presidential election nears. In the last three months, OpenAI has identified and banned accounts tied to five covert influence efforts targeting public opinion and political outcomes anonymously.

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