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OpenAI will begin paying users to find bugs in its popular chatbot ChatGPT, the company announced in a blog post Tuesday.
"We are inviting the global community of security researchers, ethical hackers, and technology enthusiasts to help us identify and address vulnerabilities in our system," the blog post read.
The company implemented a "Bug Bounty Program," which will reward "the valuable insights of security researchers who contribute to keeping our technology and company secure." Individuals can receive $200 for "low-severity findings" and up to $20,000 for "exceptional discoveries."
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"We invite you to report vulnerabilities, bugs, or security flaws you discover in our systems. By sharing your findings, you will play a crucial role in making our technology safer for everyone," the blog post continued.