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Users of ChatGPT ask the AI to help them find money, which it does.

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OpenAI’s ChatGPT helps a lot of people around the world in school and other ways, but this is a surprise. A user recently said that he is using ChatGPT to get his lost money back. Joshua Browder, the CEO of DoNotPay, went on Twitter to say that ChatGPT, a popular AI chatbot, helped him get back money he had forgotten about.

According to his tweet, he used ChatGPT’s browser extension to get the government to give him back $200 (about Rs 16,000) in unclaimed receipts. Browder asked ChatGPT to find him some money, and the AI chatbot helped him get $210 (roughly Rs 17,000) from the government of California. Notably, these were the receipts he hadn’t picked up in a long time but still had.

He went on to explain how the ChatGPT chatbot told him to go to the website for the “California State Controller.” This website is interesting because it shows unclaimed refunds from companies that can’t reach you. After he did what ChatGPT told him to do, he was given a total of $209.67 in less than a minute.

Browler wrote, “The only thing that stopped the A.I. from doing it itself was a captcha. Because it costs money, companies will never build these integrations directly. You can’t cancel your Comcast service with a ChatGPT plugin. But we’re working on making our own plugin to close this gap.”

When other users saw the Browler’s tweet, they did the same thing and got money. One person on Twitter said, “Thank you for this!” I looked, but I didn’t expect anything. I messed up! $385”

Some people are excited about the AI Chatbot, but others are not as excited. The Italian government recently put a temporary ban on the use of the chatbot ChatGPT from OpenAI. The New York Times says that Italy has temporarily stopped people from using ChatGPT because of safety concerns. The data protection authority in Italy has accused OpenAI, the company that makes ChatGPT, of “illegally collecting personal information from users.”

The watchdog for the government has also brought up the ChatGPT data breach that happened in March. Sam Altman, who is the CEO of OpenAI, has acknowledged this breach.

Info Source-MSN

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