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Elon Musk threatens Apple ban over OpenAI collaboration, calls it ‘unacceptable’

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

Elon Musk, owner of Tesla and the social media platform X, recently announced that if artificial intelligence (AI) is integrated into the iOS operating system, he will boycott Apple.

Musk posted on his X account on Monday, June 10, stating, “If Apple integrates OpenAI into its operating system, Apple devices will be banned in all my companies.”

However, in his latest post on X, Musk shared concerns about whether Apple and OpenAI will protect user information.

Elon Musk also described this integration as an unacceptable security breach.

Additionally, Musk has threatened to boycott Apple devices due to their partnership with OpenAI.

Apple, in response, told CNBC that the company uses its own AI and that the integration with OpenAI is an optional feature.

On Monday, Apple announced its long-term efforts in AI, which include updates to its voice assistant, Siri. Siri can connect to OpenAI’s popular chatbot. According to Apple, users will be asked for permission to share their questions with ChatGPT, and their requests and information will not be recorded.

Previously, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, predicted at the 2024 VivaTech conference in Paris that AI would soon replace all jobs and stated that probably none of us will have jobs in the future.

Musk described a future where jobs will be “optional” and people can engage in work for leisure if they choose. He said in the future, AI and robots will be able to provide all the goods and services humans need.

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