Bureaucrats can use the technology to draft emails and internal memos, produce code, and speed up policy research, according to a guide published on Wednesday. But officials should label any generated material as such; double check it for accuracy, biases or stereotypes; and should not input personal information into such tools if they’re not government-issued. (The Logic)
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