OpenAI Launches Bug Bounty Program to Enhance AI Security


OpenAI launches Bug Bounty Program to reward researchers for reporting security vulnerabilities in their AI systems, ensuring safety and reliability.

OpenAI has announced its Bug Bounty Program, inviting security researchers, ethical hackers, and technology enthusiasts to collaborate in identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in the company’s artificial intelligence systems. The initiative supports OpenAI’s mission to create secure, reliable, and trustworthy AI technology.

The company has partnered with Bugcrowd, a leading bug bounty platform, to manage the submission and reward process. The OpenAI Bug Bounty Program aims to recognize and reward valuable insights from security researchers that contribute to the technology’s safety.

By participating in the program, researchers can report vulnerabilities, bugs, or security flaws they discover in OpenAI systems. OpenAI will offer cash rewards based on the severity and impact of the reported issues, with rewards ranging from $200 for low-severity findings to up to $20,000 for exceptional discoveries.

OpenAI acknowledges the importance of transparency and collaboration in addressing the challenges posed by complex AI technology. By inviting the global community of security researchers to contribute their expertise and vigilance, the Bug Bounty Program aims to make OpenAI’s technology safer for all users.

For those interested in contributing further to OpenAI’s security initiatives, the company encourages applicants to explore open security roles on its careers page. With the launch of the Bug Bounty Program, OpenAI demonstrates its commitment to ensuring that advanced AI technology remains secure for the benefit of everyone.

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Joshua Sophy Joshua Sophy is the Editor at Small Business Trends. A professional journalist with 20 years of experience in traditional media and online media, he attended Waynesburg University and is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has held roles of reporter, editor and publisher, having founded his own local newspaper, the Pottsville Free Press.

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  1. Smart move. Turn your users into your QA team.

  2. OpenAi is the future.