Incident 452: ChatGPT-Written Bug Reports Deemed "Nonsense" by White Hat Platform, Prompted Bans
Description: ChatGPT-generated responses submitted to smart contract bug bounty platform Immunefi reportedly lacked details to help diagnose technical issues, which reportedly wasted the platform's time, prompting bans to submitters.
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Alleged: OpenAI developed an AI system deployed by OpenAI and Immunefi users, which harmed Immunefi.
Smart contract bug bounty platform Immunefi banned 15 people for allegedly submitting bug reports created by the generative artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT.
The whitehat hacker bounty platform insisted that ChatGPT could not identify b…
OpenAI’s ChatGPT has stirred the hornet’s nest since its launch, with the Twitterverse readily commenting on how the software could eventually create code, write stories, steal jobs and even fight wildfires.
But the crypto platform Immunefi…
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