The world’s fastest-growing advanced artificial intelligence language model ChatGPT has the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) concerned that criminals could be misusing ChatGPT for illicit reasons.
As the AI tool goes from strength to strength and the number of users reaches new heights (estimates show that over 100 million individuals use the tool), Europol’s innovation lab organised a number of workshops to explore how criminals can abuse such AI tools, but also how they may assist investigators.
Europol identified three main criminal areas of concern and how generative AI tools may be exploited for these reasons:
It has hardly been a year since the tool took the world by storm, bringing with it new positive opportunities but also threats.
“As technology progresses, and new models become available, it will become increasingly important for law enforcement to stay at the forefront of these developments to anticipate and prevent abuse,” read Europol’s report.
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