The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States intends to create and implement its own ChatGPT-style AI bot for investigations. With the help of the new AI tool, open-source intelligence will be easier to access, including searching through the public record for investigation leads. Agency representatives plan to launch the tool soon.
According to Randy Nixon, head of the CIA’s open source organization, the organization has transitioned from employing radio and newspapers to big data. The change occurred as opponents criticized the CIA’s present techniques for processing open data as cumbersome. According to reports, the new tools will include a chat feature and allow users to view the information’s original source.
Although Nixon claimed that the CIA scrupulously adheres to American privacy rules, neither the model nor the privacy protections for its new instrument were mentioned. The 18 U.S. intelligence agencies, including the CIA, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and military-run institutions, will all have access to the capability. This news comes after recent admission from several federal organizations that they use AI techniques for monitoring and spying, including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).