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OpenAI’s ChatGPT use by Apple employees is constrained

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According to a document and individuals cited by the Wall Street Journal on Friday, Apple Inc. has limited the use of ChatGPT and other external artificial intelligence applications for its employees as Apple develops comparable technology.

According to the article, Apple has warned its staff not to use GitHub’s Copilot, a tool used to automate the creation of software code that is owned by Microsoft, out of worry that their usage of AI programmes may cause them to divulge private information.

The company that developed ChatGPT, OpenAI, announced last month that it had added a “incognito mode” that did not record users’ chat histories or use them to enhance ChatGPT’s artificial intelligence. How ChatGPT and other chatbots it inspired manage the hundreds of millions of user’s data, which is frequently used to develop, or “train,” AI, has come under increasing scrutiny.

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