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showed a dark side to human-AI collaboration. A new monitoring system revealed that some players were typing words that caused the game to generate stories depicting sexual encounters involving children. OpenAI asked Latitude to take immediate action. “Content moderation decisions are difficult in some cases, but not this one,” OpenAI CEO Sam Altman said in a statement. “This is not the future for AI that any of us want.”

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Latitude turned on a new moderation system last week—and triggered a revolt among its users. Some complained it was oversensitive and that they could not refer to a “8-year-old laptop” without triggering a warning message. Others said the company’s plans to manually review flagged content would needlessly snoop on private, fictional creations that were sexually explicit but involved only adults—a popular use case for AI Dungeon.

In short, Latitude’s attempt at combining people and algorithms to police content produced by people and algorithms turned into a mess. Irate memes and claims of canceled subscriptions flew thick and fast on Twitter and AI Dungeon’s official Reddit and Discord communities.

“The community feels betrayed that Latitude would scan and manually access and read private fictional literary content,” says one AI Dungeon player who goes by the handle Mimi and claims to have written an estimated total of more than 1 million words with the AI’s help, including poetry, Twilight Zone parodies, and erotic adventures. Mimi and other upset users say they understand the company’s desire to police publicly visible content, but say it has overreached and ruined a powerful creative playground. “It allowed me to explore aspects of my psyche that I never realized existed,” Mimi says.

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A Latitude spokesperson said its filtering system and policies for acceptable content are both being refined. Staff had previously banned players who they learned had used AI Dungeon to generate sexual content featuring children. But after OpenAI’s recent warning, the company is working on “necessary changes,” the spokesperson said. Latitude pledged in a blog post last week that AI Dungeon would “continue to support other

 

 

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