Non-consensual data collection and misinformation are some of their worries.
More than seven in 10 people are worried that the AI chatbot phenomenon, ChatGPT, will collect their personal data without their permission.
This chart from Milieu also showed that almost 70% said ChatGPT may provide inaccurate data.
More than six in 10 (65%) of those who were surveyed also said the AI chatbot could be used for malicious purposes.
The study interviewed 1,000 respondents each in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia to understand their views on ChatGPT.
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