Elon Musk could ban Apple devices because of their strategic partnership with OpenAI


Recently, Apple announced its collaboration with OpenAI at the WWDC24 developer conference today, planning to integrate ChatGPT into Siri. However, this decision has aroused the dissatisfaction of Elon Musk, who is worried that this will lead to the leakage of user data and said that the use of Apple devices in his company may be banned.

Moreover, Elon Musk has made several comments on social media, expressing his dissatisfaction with Apple's decision. He accused Apple of needing to be more smart and believed that they could not ensure that OpenAI would protect the security and privacy of users. Elon Musk said that once the user's data is handed over to OpenAI, Apple will not be able to control the use of the data, which will pose a potential risk to users.

In addition, Elon Musk further stated that if Apple integrated OpenAI into the operating system level, he would consider banning the use of Apple devices in his company. He even proposed setting up checkpoints at the company's door and storing Apple devices in metal cages to ensure that the devices would not affect the company's security.

The announcement of this cooperation has attracted widespread attention in the industry and has also sparked discussions about data security and privacy protection. With the continuous development of technology, how to balance innovation and user rights will become an important issue that needs to be solved in the future.


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