Prompt injection attacks against GPT-3

September 17, 2022
Tech blogger Simon Willison has written a 3-blog series about the Prompt Injection vulnerability which Preamble discovered. Contact Preamble at for help with defending against this attack.
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Twitter pranksters derail GPT-3 bot with newly discovered “prompt injection” hack

September 16, 2022
Preamble discovered a critical safety issue in large language models, which we call Prompt Injection, and the discovery has garnered significant media attention.
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World Artificial Intelligence Cannes Festival 2022

April 25, 2022
The Preamble team was in Cannes April 14-16th for the first annual World Artificial Intelligence Cannes Festival (WAICF) on all things AI. The conference brought together top AI researchers and companies from all over the world.
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Senators Introduce New Bill to Prevent Harms to Children Online

February 21, 2022
A new bill was introduced to reduce and prevent online harm to children. Read how Preamble can help.
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Preamble Taking on Cyberbullying

January 21, 2022
Internet safety for children is a significant concern at Preamble. We are doing our part to help platforms with a high-impact area to make safer decisions. 
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Wisdom From The Women Leading The AI Industry, With Leyla Hujer of Preamble

November 14, 2021
Read an interview about women leading the AI industry from our Lead Engineer, Leyla Hujer.
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ACM RecSys Conference 2021

October 7, 2021
The Preamble team was in Amsterdam for the 15th ACM RecSys Conference. We met a lot of talented researchers and industry professionals. We had many intriguing conversations, learned a lot, and saw a few common themes being discussed: regulating recommenders, key problems with recommendation systems, ensuring fairness, reducing bias, and how to better manage large recommendation systems. Read about our time at the conference.
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Facebook News Today, but What do we do Tomorrow?

October 6, 2021
On October 5, 2021, testimony from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen was presented to a Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Data Security. Read our summary and how Preamble is working to mitigate these issues in the future.
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Jonathan Cefalu CEO of Preamble: “Building a Team”

August 26, 2021
Read the interview with our CEO on building a team and his experience as a second time founder.
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When Curation Becomes Creation: Algorithms, Microcontent, and the Vanishing Distinction between Platforms and Creators

July 21, 2021
Read our Chief Scientist's take on the role platforms play in creating content from curation and the current state of laws that protect these platforms.
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Making Middleware Work

July 1, 2021
The authors describe why middleware would be a good solution for internet platforms to adopt where users would have more control over the content that they see. They also describe how a middleware service protects the user's First Amendment Rights.
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Beyond Engagement: Aligning Algorithmic Recommendations With Prosocial Goals

January 21, 2021
Online platforms currently use various content moderations solutions to remove content that should not be on the platforms, but there is no solution to say what content should be shown. In this case, the author is describing content recommender systems that are the basis of modern media infrastructure and several promising improvements that can be made.
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Cooperatively Learning Human Values

August 17, 2017
We, humans, have a notoriously difficult time specifying what we actually want, and the AI systems we build suffer from it. With AI, this warning actually becomes “Be careful what you reward!”.
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