Elon Musk Takes Jibe at Apple-OpenAI Deal, Uses Viral Indian Meme

In a post, he wrote, “If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, then Apple devices will be banned at my companies. That is an unacceptable security violation.”
Elon Musk Took a Jibe at Apple

Elon Musk Took a Jibe at Apple

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, on Tuesday, sparked online chatter as he shared an Indian meme, humorously taking a jibe at electronics giant Apple. The tech billionaire pointed out Apple's integration of OpenAI's ChatGPT in various features, raising concerns about potential data breaches.
Musk posted a meme featuring a text overlay reading, "How intelligence works," showing a scene of a man and a woman sharing coconut water. The text discusses the potential sharing of data between Apple and OpenAI, raising concerns about privacy violations. Prior to this, Musk had voiced his apprehensions regarding this collaboration and had even issued warnings to Tim Cook about it.
In a post, he wrote, “If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, then Apple devices will be banned at my companies. That is an unacceptable security violation.”
In another post, Musk said, “It’s patently absurd that Apple isn’t smart enough to make their own AI, yet is somehow capable of ensuring that OpenAI will protect your security & privacy! Apple has no clue what’s actually going on once they hand your data over to OpenAI. They’re selling you down the river.”
Craig Federighi, Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, announced during WWDC 2024 the integration of ChatGPT into Apple devices. To enhance ChatGPT's ability to generate relevant responses by understanding context, it will be incorporated with Siri. Apple stated that Siri will have the capability to cross-reference multiple apps to gather specific user data for better responses. Apple confirmed that users can utilise ChatGPT without needing to create an account.
Additionally, users who have purchased ChatGPT will have access to these features, with the option to link their paid accounts to access premium features. Furthermore, Apple emphasised that users' requests and data will not be stored.
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