Weekly Round Up AI

AI = Apple Intelligence

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Good morning. In today's newsletter, we will be sharing the latest selected news about the AI world.

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Important Features of Apple Intelligence

In general, Apple has launched its proprietary generative AI technology, "Apple Intelligence." This innovative feature integrates seamlessly across the entire system, enhancing native apps such as Siri, Mail, Notes, Photos, and iMessage, as well as third-party apps on all your devices.

Some Important Details from Apple WWDC 24:

  • Apple's privacy promise emphasizes user control, data protection, and transparency by leveraging on-device AI through the Neural Processing Unit for most tasks, while complex queries are relayed to servers for response.

  • AI-driven priority notifications, including smart alerts, improved grouping, rich media content, periodic summaries, enhanced DND options, customizable categories, and Focus Mode integration for a personalized experience.

  • AI-powered features to assist in writing messages and summarizing text, aiming to improve productivity by providing smart suggestions and automated content summaries within apps like Mail and Notes.

  • AI-powered transcription for Voice Memos and Notes, powered by Apple Intelligence, seamlessly converts spoken words into text in real-time, enhancing accuracy and contextual understanding

Apple announced more features, but we selected more significant ones. To check out all the features, here is the link.

Additionally, OpenAI shared their partnership through their blog. (link)

Elon Musk Does not Support Apple Integration, and He Sues OpenAI

Unlike him, Apple is saying that it is making substantial efforts to prioritize privacy in its AI developments. The company is committed to ensuring that any information the AI gathers from your apps stays completely private, exclusively between you and your device. This dedication to privacy highlights Apple's focus on user confidentiality.


Elon Musk has sued OpenAI and CEO Sam Altman, alleging the AI firm has abandoned its mission to benefit humanity in favor of profit-driven collaborations with Microsoft.

Important Details:

  • The lawsuit claims OpenAI breached its nonprofit charter and licensing terms by keeping GPT-4 secret and proprietary.

  • Musk aims to realign OpenAI with its original mission of developing open and safe AGI technology, a vision he helped establish in 2015.

  • Additionally, Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and Greg Brockman founded OpenAI in 2015 with the goal of ensuring AI development remains transparent and operates on a non-profit basis.

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