New Tool from DuckDuckGo Enables Anonymization of Generative AI Chatbots

DuckDuckGo has recently launched a new AI Chat tool that offers users access to the most popular generative artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots in an anonymous manner. This tool is designed to address privacy concerns related to the use of generative AI, as it prevents user interactions from being used for training purposes. By removing the user’s IP address and using its own IP, the tool ensures that conversations cannot be traced back to a single individual.

Users can access this optional tool through its own website and choose from a range of chatbots and large language models (LLMs), such as GPT 3.5 Turbo by OpenAI, Claude 3 Haiku by Anthropic, and open source options Mixtral 8x7B and Meta Llama 3. DuckDuckGo guarantees that it does not save or store any chats, although the providers of the models and chatbots may do so temporarily.

To further protect user privacy, DuckDuckGo has agreements in place with model providers to ensure that any saved chats are completely removed within 30 days and that none of the chats made on their platform can be used to train or improve the models. The company plans to expand its options in AI Chat by incorporating more chat models, including self-hosted and user-hosted options in the future.

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