Last week, it was reported that the Apple App Store rejected an iOS app program update using ChatGPT, but fortunately, Apple agreed to release it a few days later. Earlier this month, the developer Blix complained to the media that the new version of the company’s BlueMail App can use ChatGPT technology to assist users in writing emails or calendar data, but Apple refused to release the updated version. It is suspected that Apple will intervene in the control of iOS Apps that use AI robots. Apple’s reason for developers is that in order to prevent apps from generating information that is not suitable for children, developers are required to add content filtering to their apps, or change apps to only apply to those over 17 years old.
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