Apple restricts use of OpenAI's ChatGPT for employees
Apple Inc has restricted the use of ChatGPT and other external artificial intelligence tools for its employees as Apple develops similar Technology, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing a document and sources.
Apple is concerned about the leak of confidential data by employees who use the AI programs and has also advised its employees not to use Microsoft-owned GitHub's Copilot, used to automate the writing of software code, the report said.
Last month, OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, said it had introduced an "incognito mode" for ChatGPT that does not save users’ conversation History or use it to improve its artificial intelligence.
Scrutiny has been growing over how ChatGPT and other chatbots it inspired manage hundreds of millions of users’ data, commonly used to improve, or "train," AI.
Earlier Thursday, OpenAI introduced the ChatGPT app for Apple's iOS in the United States.
Apple, OpenAI and Microsoft did not respond to Reuters request for comment.
California unlikely to run short of electricity this summer thanks to storms, new power sources
Leopards ɩаᴜпсһed an ᴜпexрeсted аttасk from behind that startled the woman: The ѕсагу eпсoᴜпteг (VIDEO)
Target wrestles with pullback in spending and theft that may cost retailer more than $1B this year
Brisbane bus driver stood down after passenger catches his illegal act while driving
YouTube quietly discontinues Stories feature to prioritise other offerings
Watch: Kmart Australia shopper left speechless after finding live pet in local store
TikTok scientist stuns internet with startling revelation on why our mouth tingles after eating pineapples
How you can stop Google deleting your Gmail account as mass closure deadline looms
‘It’s so wrong’ Aussie influencer shares heartbreaking experience in Thailand
Urgent recall of common battery sold at Woolworths, Bunnings and BIG W: ‘Serious injury’
Telstra customers set to be slapped with up to $72 price hike on mobile plans