Last week, Discord announced new AI features powered by Midjourney’s image generator and chatbot technology powered by OpenAI, the makers of ChatGPT. The company’s existing chatbot, named Clyde, is now super-charged with artificially intelligent language parsing capabilities and there are other fun features.
The first states that “We generally do not store the contents of video or voice calls or channels” and the second is “We also don’t store streaming content when you share your screen”
Discord appears to have changed it to the following: “Content you create: This includes any content you upload to the service. For example, maybe you write messages or posts (including drafts), send voice messages, create custom emojis, create short recordings of GoLive activity, or upload and share files through the services. This also includes your profile information and the information you provide when you create servers.”
In addition, TechRadar reported that it could be possible for Discord to let its AI bots engage in rampant art theft by stealing the art creators have already posted on Discord. This, alone, makes me want to remove all the art I’ve posted there.