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Elon Musk issues an Apple device ban over OpenAI Partnership:

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Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has voiced his concerns about the potential integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPT into Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. He has warned that if Apple proceeds with this integration at the operating system level, he will ban these devices from his companies due to security risks. This means employees at Tesla, SpaceX, xAI, and other Musk-led companies may soon be prohibited from using iPhones, iPads, and Macs at work.

Musk’s comments come after Apple announced a partnership with OpenAI, which he believes poses a threat to data security. He suggested that visitors to his companies may even be required to leave their Apple devices at the door, where they would be stored in a Faraday cage, blocking digital signals. Musk criticized Apple for relying on OpenAI for AI capabilities while questioning their ability to protect user privacy.

On the other hand, Apple unveiled “Apple Intelligence” at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), introducing on-device generative AI features and integrating GPT4o into Siri for an enhanced chatbot experience. Despite Musk’s objections, Apple assures users that GPT4o-powered Siri and first-party apps will seek permission before accessing and sharing data, with no logging of information. Paid ChatGPT users will have access to premium features without needing an account, and support for additional AI models will be added in the future. These updates will roll out to select Apple devices later this year.

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