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Elon Musk made a harsh statement regarding Apple technology: he threatened to ban its use in his companies, including Tesla. He will take such a step if Apple integrates ChatGPT into its operating systems and gives access to correspondence and other personal data. Musk criticized the IT giant and doubted that OpenAI, with which Apple has agreed to cooperate, can provide users with security.

“It is completely absurd that Apple is not smart enough to create its own artificial intelligence (AI), but is somehow able to guarantee that OpenAI will protect your security and privacy!” Musk was quoted as saying on social networks. He threatened to force employees and visitors to his companies to hand over Apple gadgets at the entrance, where they would be stored in a “Faraday cage,” a special container that blocks electromagnetic radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.

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The fact that Apple would collaborate with OpenAI became known a few days earlier. The partnership plans to integrate ChatGPT into iOS, iPadOS and macOS operating systems to make advanced artificial intelligence accessible to everyone.

In particular, ChatGPT will be used in the work of the Siri voice assistant, for which neural networks will have access to correspondence and other information stored on the device. This will allow AI to better understand the context and help the user create content. At the same time, Apple promised that ChatGPT will not be used without the user’s permission and will only work on the device, without sending data to a remote server.

Meanwhile, Elon Musk previously created a competitor to OpenAI called xAI, which is developing its own chatbot based on AI. And he accused OpenAI of working only to increase profits, “and not for the benefit of humanity.”

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