Boldly claiming the ability to circumvent ChatGPT, Bard, and Claude’s safety protocols, researchers reveal their findings.

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and the Centre for AI Safety in San Francisco claim to have discovered numerous ways to outmaneuver the guardrails on AI systems, revealing potential vulnerabilities in the ongoing AI arms race. As the debate on regulations and safety checks escalates, industry leaders, including Google, Microsoft, OpenAI, and Anthropic, unite to establish a forum for responsible AI development and deployment.

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Despite the industry’s efforts to instill safety measures and regulations, the researchers’ findings suggest that Google, Anthropic, and OpenAI chatbots, namely Bard, ChatGPT, and Claude, may still be susceptible to safety breaches. The paper, ‘Universal and Transferable Attacks on Aligned Language Models,’ exposes how automated adversarial attacks, through character additions to prompts, can lead to the production of harmful content, hate speech, or misinformation. The researchers claim that their automated approach allows for the creation of an unlimited number of similar attacks.

In response to the discoveries, the researchers have shared their findings with the implicated companies. As these companies strive to bolster their safety measures, the question remains as to how they will effectively address and counter any future breaches that may arise.

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