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Is FreedomGPT safe?

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FreedomGPT is a product of Age of AI, LLC, a company that aims to create censorship-free, encrypted, and offline-capable AI tools. FreedomGPT is based on a Meta AI LLM that is both open source and closed source and calibrated using a parameter from the 7B model.

FreedomGPT is different from other AI chatbots in several ways. Firsty, it is uncensored, unlike other generative AI models like ChatGPT and Bard. This means that you’ll get unfiltered responses from the tool and how can ask anything, no matter how sensitive the topic is. Secondly, as FreedomGPT is stored locally on your device, the conversations are more or less private. Thirdly, you don’t need an internet connection to run this tool.

But is FreedomGPT safe to use? What are the risks of using such an uncensored chatbot? Here, we answer all these questions in detail so that by the end of it, all your questions are answered. Let us start with the risks of using FreedomGPT.

What are the risks of using FreedomGPT?

Here is a list of risks associated with FreedomGPT:

  • Offensive content: FreedomGPT does not censor or filter its responses based on ethical or social norms. Thus, it can show you politically incorrect or morally wrong responses, such as hate speech, profanity, violence, adult content or misinformation. You should know this possibility and use FreedomGPT at your own discretion and responsibility.
  • Data loss: FreedomGPT stores your data locally on your device. If you lose your device or your hard drive gets corrupted, all the data will be lost. To offset this, you should regularly save or export your data.
  • Legal issues: FreedomGPT, like other generative AI models, does not guarantee the quality or legality of the content it generates. This means that you can not use the information provided by FreedomGPT for commercial or academic purposes. Verify each piece of information clearly before disseminating it further.
  • Sudden crash: Many users have reported that the application crashes suddenly, and it is difficult to pinpoint the exact reason for this disruption.

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How to use FreedomGPT safely?

It is no doubt that FreedomGPT is a powerful and useful tool that can help you in minimising effort and maximising your productivity. However, you should be careful when using it.

Here are some tips to help you in navigating the tool safely:

Use common sense

FreedomGPT is not a human being. It does not have any emotions or morals. It only generates content based on its training data and your input. You should not take its responses too seriously or personally. You should also not rely on its answers as facts or truths. You should always use your judgment and common sense when interacting with FreedomGPT.

Use discretion

FreedomGPT is uncensored and private. This means that the content is uncensored and can sometimes be morally wrong. This means that you can ask it anything, but it also means that you might get anything in return.

You should be prepared for the possibility of getting offensive or inappropriate content from FreedomGPT. You should also be respectful and responsible when using FreedomGPT.

You should not harm the sentiments of others, harass anyone, or not use it to break any laws.

Use moderation

FreedomGPT is offline-capable and fast. This means you can use it anytime and anywhere, but it also means you might get addicted to it.

You should not use FreedomGPT as a substitute for real human interaction or communication. You should also not use FreedomGPT to escape from your problems or responsibilities. You should use FreedomGPT in moderation and balance.

In conclusion, FreedomGPT has many benefits but also some risks. You should use FreedomGPT safely and wisely, following the tips in this article.

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Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: [email protected]