How concerned are you that growing use of generative AI will increase misinformation, scams and/or fake news?

Almost no concern9%

Some concern67%

Growing more concerned daily14%

Very concerned. This is a BIG problem.10%


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VP of Marketing & Solutions — Artificial Intelligence in Software, 10,001+ employees
I’m actually quite concerned. I’ve recently used several Generative AI tools myself to see what is already possible today with ChatGPT (text, script), MidJourney (images), ElevenLabs (audio), and D-ID (animated avatars). And the results can be quite hard to tell apart for people who are not that familiar with AI. I believe there’s more awareness required on a broader scale in order to prepare people for this new kind of disinformation. This new kind of mis- and disinformation is no longer the “[insert country] prince” scam or the “grandkids” scam.
CIO in Healthcare and Biotech, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
The concern I have isn't for the technology but rather the understanding of the users on how to use the technology effectively.

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Yes - Maine did the right thing. There are too many security risks with free versions of these tools. Not enough copyright or privacy protections of data.31%

No, but.... - You must have good security and privacy policies in place for ChatGPT (and other GenAI apps). My organization has policies and meaningful ways to enforce those policies and procedures for staff.53%

No - Bans simply don't work. Even without policies, this action hurts innovation and sends the wrong message to staff and the world about our organization.12%

I'm not sure. This action by Maine makes me think. Let me get back to you in a few weeks (or months).3%


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