eye with purple and blue technology collage While a ban can be an easy way to ensure company information is protected, it’s unsustainable as a business strategy. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Worries about generative artificial intelligence tools and chatbots show no sign of abating, including the potential for inadvertent leaks of confidential information.

A string of companies, including Samsung, Verizon and JPMorgan Chase, has restricted or barred the use of AI chat bots such as ChatGPT and Google’s Bard on work devices, fearing employees might inadvertently share source code or business secrets with these platforms.

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