Apple has joined a growing list of corporations, including Samsung, JPMorgan, and Bank of America, that have barred employees from using external AI tools due to data leakage fears.

  • ChatGPT and GitHub's Copilot, both tools developed by OpenAI, have found their place on Apple's restricted software list.

Zoom In: ChatGPT and similar AI tools utilize and review user interactions for their AI training. This standard practice means that these conversations are not confidential.

  • The move from Apple comes on the heels of OpenAI's release of an iOS app for ChatGPT, offering voice input and free usage.

Zoom Out: While restricting third-party AI tools, Apple remains active in the AI field. The company has listed several job openings specifically targeted at AI professionals, signaling an ongoing interest in enhancing its own offerings in this technology sphere.

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