Apple Restricts Employees From Using ChatGPT

California Tech Giant Apple has recently restricted employees from using AI tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot.

The company fears that all of the confidential information entered into these systems or AI apps might get leaked or collected.

Furthermore, GitHub Copilot (an AI tool that aids in writing software code) is owned and operated by Microsoft which makes it even more insecure for Apple.

According to reliable sources, Apple is working on its own generative AI tool that can be useful and completely secure for Apple employees.

Clearly, Apple is taking careful steps toward AI and its implementations. Additionally, Apple has also blocked the update of several generative AI applications on its App Store.

For those unaware, AI heavily relies on the data it’s fed for generating new responses and learning new things. If AI gets access to any kind of confidential information it can unknowingly spread it.

Apple will also host the annual WWDC in the next few weeks. Even though WWDC heavily focuses on software announcements we can still expect Apple to showcase some new hardware like the rumored mixed-reality headset.

You will be surprised to know that other mainstream Tech Giants like Samsung have also prohibited their employees from using AI tools.

Anubhav Tyagi
Anubhav Tyagi
Just a normal guy who listen to lots of music, but apart from that I love Tech!

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