Musk opposed Apple-OpenAI partnership: Said- personal data will not be safe due to this, if this happens then Apple products will be banned in the office

The world’s richest businessman Elon Musk has opposed Apple’s partnership with OpenAI. Musk wrote about this on his social media platform X – If this happens, he will ban the use of Apple products in his company. Apple has announced a partnership with ChatGPT maker OpenAI to further improve Artificial Intelligence (AI) in its devices. People are afraid of this decision of the company that their personal data will not be safe. Musk will ban Apple products in the office. Musk wrote on the social media platform X that if Apple integrates OpenAI at the operating system level, then Apple devices will be banned in my companies. This is an unacceptable security violence. He also wrote that if the visitors coming to the company have an Apple device, then the device will be checked at the entry gate itself. Apart from this, the device will be deposited there itself. In another post, Musk took a dig at Apple and wrote that it is clearly absurd that Apple is not smart enough to create its own AI, and yet it is saying that it will protect your security and privacy! Apple has no idea what is really happening after handing over your data to OpenAI. They are putting you in danger. Apple is known for security and safety. Apple has special architectures for privacy and security. It does not compromise on data security. In 2016, the FBI found an iPhone from terrorist Syed Farooq. The agency sought help from Apple to unlock it, but Apple refused. Apple services like FaceTime and iCloud use encryption to protect the data coming and going from your phone and the data stored on Apple’s servers. In case of any bug, Apple immediately provides software updates without any interference. The risk of virus in Apple devices is very low. Its software is written in such a way that attackers cannot easily attack the system.

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