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Apple users will soon have artificial intelligence tools on their iPhone.

Apple announced on Monday a partnership with OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT.

“Our unique approach combines generative AI with a user’s personal context to deliver truly helpful information. And it can access that information in a completely private and secure way to help users do the things that matter most to them,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said in the press release.

The new tools are based on Apple Intelligence and include new features for Siri.

For example, Siri can now remember a picture taken with your phone years ago and give you the right answers when you love someone who asks you about their flight time.

Additionally, you can prioritize emails in your inbox and create summaries of audio recordings.

“Everything can be much simpler, much more scalable and much more personalized to you. We learn from your data, from your actions, and make sure you experience and see things that are relevant to you,” said Alon Yamin, CEO and co-founder of Copyleaks. Copyleaks is an AI-based content recognition software company.

Although Apple has repeatedly pointed out the privacy and security aspects that come with integrating artificial intelligence into the operating system, not everyone agrees with the changes.

“The main issue or risks associated with generative AI revolve around privacy, security and making sure you have full control over your content,” Yamin said.

Elon Musk also expressed concern about Apple’s announcement, writing in a post on X: “If Apple integrates OpenAI at the operating system level, Apple devices will be banned in my companies.”

Musk also said that visitors would have to leave Apple devices at the door.

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According to experts, there are still many questions about the intricacies of integrating AI into our everyday lives.

“This transparency around generative AI will make it much easier for us as users to trust these technologies,” said Yamin.

“I think what we will see in the coming months and years is more regulation. There are already discussions about this,” he said.

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