Apple is reportedly working on a new AI chatbot called “Apple GPT.” The chatbot is still in development, but it is said to be based on the same large language model technology that powers OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.
Apple has been quietly building its own internal infrastructure for large language models, codenamed “Ajax.” The framework was first built last year and runs on Google Cloud.
Apple GPT is said to be designed to be more privacy-focused than other AI chatbots. It will not collect user data or track users’ conversations.
Apple has not yet announced any plans to release Apple GPT to the public. However, the company is said to be considering launching the chatbot as a standalone app or integrating it into its other products, such as Messages or Siri.
The launch of Apple GPT would mark Apple’s entry into the growing field of AI chatbots. Other companies that offer AI chatbots include Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.
AI chatbots are becoming increasingly popular as they offer a way for people to interact with technology in a more natural way. They can be used for a variety of tasks, such as customer service, education, and entertainment.
Apple’s entry into the AI chatbot market could help to further popularize the technology. The company has a strong reputation for privacy and security, which could make Apple GPT more appealing to users than other AI chatbots.