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The New York City public school system, the largest in the US, has banned its students from accessing the ChatGPT artificial intelligence program for generating text on school networks and devices, citing concerns about the safety and accuracy of the content produced.
The artificial intelligence chat program developed by OpenAI was publicly released for users to test in November. It attracted immediate attention from casual users and interested buyers — the developers are in talks to sell shares in a tender offer that would value the company at about $29 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. 


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