New York (EFE).- Apple has banned its workers from using artificial intelligence chatbots (AI) such as ChatGPT and other tools, due to fears that employees could reveal confidential company information, according to internal company documents accessed by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Apple told its employees not to use either OpenAI’s ChatGPT or GitHub’s Microsoft-owned Copilot, which automates the writing of software code, according to the release.
Since it was opened to the public last year, this type of generative artificial intelligence is often used for writing e-mails, presentation texts and even for programming.
Apple is known for being very secretive about its projects and extremely rigorous in protecting information about future products.
According to the WSJ, Apple is also working independently language models (LLM), for training your own artificial intelligence.
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Other companies prohibit the use of artificial intelligence
iPhone makers are not the only ones who have imposed this ban on their employees.
For its part, fellow tech giant Amazon has invited its engineers who want to use ChatGPT for coding assistance to use its own in-house AI tool. And companies like JPMorgan Chase and Verizon are The use of these tools is completely prohibited.
But now we’re also seeing cases like schools in New York, which initially vetoed these tools, are now choosing to integrate AI into curriculum programs.
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