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Crypto-Libertarian Erik Voorhees Warns Your Chatbot Queries Are Not Safe

• Zero Hedge

Crypto-libertarian Erik Voorhees, fresh off his passionate defense of crypto in the 'Gold vs. Bitcoin' debate recently hosted by ZeroHedge, spoke with crypto news site Unchained's Laura Shin and Venice's COO Teana Baker-Taylor about the alarming honeypots of user search history data on AI chatbot platforms that could potentially be harvested. 

Venice is one of Voorhees' latest crypto ventures. It is a private, uncensorable, open-source competitor to OpenAI's ChatGPT, powered by a decentralized crypto network.

Around the 25-minute mark, Shin asked Voorhees about the risks that OpenAI, Anthropic, and or other big AI companies could be doing with user search data. 

Voorhees responded: 

"Great question that's really like the most important question. So status quo today is you're using anthropic or OpenAI chat - you send in your question and it goes to that company and they store it forever and it's attached to your identity - right so they know that Lura Shin asked this question - um and they know that the AI responded back to you and they know what that is - and not only do they know that that question that conversation but they know your entire history of all conversations that you asked yesterday last year tomorrow and 10 years from now. All of it is associated with your identity.