Microsoft AI engineer silenced after discovering DALL-E 3 safety flaw.

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Microsoft AI engineer Shane Jones claims to have discovered vulnerabilities in OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 image generator in December 2023. Jones said he reported his concerns to Microsoft but was instructed to report the issue to OpenAI, which he did. He went on to accuse Microsoft of impeding his attempts to expose the issue, including demanding that he delete a LinkedIn post in which he called on OpenAI’s non-profit board to withdraw DALL-E 3 from the market. Jones claims that DALL-E 3 poses a public safety risk and should be removed from public use until OpenAI addresses the risks associated with the model. He is calling on the government to create a system for reporting and tracking AI risks and issues, with protections for employees who report them. Microsoft has not yet commented on the matter.

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