Apple AI leaves Elon Musk bitter

Elon Musk threatened to ban Apple products at his firms due to his strong objection to Apple's AI aspirations, specifically with reference to OpenAI integration. In response to his worries over security, privacy, and truth-seeking AI, Musk founded xAI, his own artificial intelligence startup. Positive feedback was received when suggestions were made for Musk and X to create privacy-focused phones or collaborate with Apple competitors.

Apple AI leaves Elon Musk bitter
Even though he was erratic in the past, billionaire Elon Musk now has cause for concern because of Apple's artificial intelligence this week.
The Tesla tzar was left seething, while the majority of tech watchers undoubtedly applauded Apple's vision for artificial intelligence and its intentions for the now-viral technology. He answered in a prickly manner, threatening to ban all Apple products from his companies.

Apple debuted its eagerly anticipated "Apple Intelligence" technology on Monday at the World Wide Developers Conference. It also revealed plans to introduce OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot to its devices and integrate the technology throughout its suite of apps, including Siri.
Musk was not happy. If the tech giant used the services of Sam Altman-led OpenAI, he threatened to remove all Apple products from his enterprises.
"Apple devices will not be allowed in my companies if Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level. In a post on X, he stated, "That is an unacceptable security violation." "And visitors will have to check their Apple devices at the door, where they will be stored in a Faraday cage."

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