Musk plans to ban Apple devices from his companies due to OpenAI 07:56

SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk warned on social network X that he would ban Apple devices from his companies after they incorporated OpenAI artificial intelligence technology into their companies.

“If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, Apple devices will be banned from my companies. This is an unacceptable security breach,” explained the entrepreneur.

While Musk thinks it’s ridiculous that Apple can’t create its own AI, he promises to ensure data security when interacting with OpenAI without “understanding” what will happen to the data in transit.

The announcement comes after Apple unveiled a number of AI-powered features for iPhone and Mac at its WWDC 2024 developer conference yesterday and announced the integration of ChatGPT into the Siri voice assistant.

Also company presented An updated version of the macOS operating system called Sequoia; One of its main innovations is the ability to cast the smartphone screen to a computer screen without having to take it out of your pocket.

Previously Apple presented New operating system for iPad.

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Source: Gazeta

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