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Apple restricts employees’ use of GBT Chat

Apple has restricted some of its employees’ use of ChatGPT and other generative AI tools while developing its own, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

According to a document seen by the “Wall Street Journal”, “Apple” is concerned about the leakage of confidential data due to the use of artificial intelligence systems. The company also asked its employees to avoid using Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot software, which automatically writes software, according to the same source.

Developed by OpenAI, with support from Microsoft, ChatGPT is capable of answering its users’ questions, writing scripts, and performing many other tasks. When people use such software, the data is forwarded to the developer so that they can make improvements, and some of this data may be confidential. And “Open AI” had acknowledged, last March, that it had suspended “Chat GPT” temporarily, due to a loophole that allowed some users to see the addresses of other users’ conversations with the program.

And “Apple” is known for taking the utmost care to protect the data related to its consumers and its future products. It is not the first to fear that its employees will use advanced artificial intelligence technologies that are in widespread use around the world.

JPMorgan Chase, Verizon, and Goldman Sachs have banned their employees from using ChatGPT. Amazon has also urged its engineers wanting to use ChatGPT to replace it with its own AI tool. Samsung Electronics has prevented employees in its mobile phone and equipment division from using generative artificial intelligence technologies, such as ChatGPT, after noticing their “misuse” by some.

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And “Apple” seeks to develop its own tools in the field of artificial intelligence, led by John Giannandrea.

In addition, OpenAI has launched a mobile application of the generative AI software ChatGPT. The new application is now available on iPhones from “Apple” in the United States, to be available soon in other countries and on phones running the “Android” system.