Apple has banned employees from using chatbots like ChatGPT, fearing a data leak

A few weeks ago, Samsung banned the use of ChatGPT by its employees due to several cases of data leakage due to it. Similar bans have recently been announced by other companies, among them e.g. Apple. Although he started offering OpenAI’s ChatGPT in his app store a few days ago, he forbids his own employees to use this technology for work. And it’s not just ChatGPT, but chatbot applications in general.

Apple ChatGPT

Apple itself is said to be working on similar technology, and working with chatbots could reveal valuable internal information not only about this project, but others as well. We don’t know if it’s meant to be a competing chatbot or an improvement to Siri, which is already quite below average. However, the CoPilot system on GitHub, which uses AI systems to help developers write source codes, is also to be banned. JP Morgan Chase and Verizon also announced a similar ban on chatbots.

Source: Svět hardware by

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