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X To Start Collecting Users’ Public Data To Teach Its AI


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X (previously Twitter) has just rolled out new privacy policy changes, leaving users and astute observers pondering the implications.

As spotted earlier this week by Bloomberg, the first change to the updated guidelines includes new data points for collection. Users can now expect their biometric data, job history, and education history to be part of the information X gathers. This inevitably raises questions about the intended uses of this information.

Furthermore, public information gathered will also serve as a basis for training its artificial intelligence systems. Alex Ivanovs initially made this observation from Stackdiary, who, as per TechCrunch, is renowned for identifying significant shifts in the policies of tech firms. He pointed out a change in privacy policy section 2.1, which reads as follows:

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