Apple and Meta not currently in discussions to collaborate on AI

Apple and Meta not currently in discussions to collaborate on AI
Apple and Meta not currently in discussions to collaborate on AI

The social networking startup Meta Platforms’ offer to incorporate its AI chatbot inside the iPhone was rejected months ago by Apple, according to a source.

According to a source on Monday, which cited people with knowledge of the situation, Apple (AAPL.O) rejected overtures from Meta Platforms (META.O) to integrate the social networking company’s AI chatbot into the iPhone months ago. According to the article, the businesses only had a quick conversation in March and are not currently in talks for an AI partnership using Meta’s Llama chatbot. According to a source, Apple was not actively intending to integrate Llama into iPhones, and discussions about a possible agreement did not get to a formal stage because it did not think Instagram owner Meta’s privacy policies were strict enough.

According to the article, the initial discussions happened at the same time as Apple began negotiating contracts to integrate Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) new tab Gemini and OpenAI’s ChatGPT into its products. At its annual developer conference earlier in June, Apple revealed its much-anticipated AI plan, incorporating ChatGPT, an OpenAI chatbot, into its devices and introducing new “Apple Intelligence” capabilities throughout its suite of apps, which includes Siri, the virtual assistant.

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