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Tech billionaire Elon Musk's new meme on 'Apple-Open AI' deal has an Indian movie connection
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Tech billionaire Elon Musk's new meme on 'Apple-Open AI' deal has an Indian movie connection

| @indiablooms | 12 Jun 2024, 04:29 pm

Tech entreprenuer Elon Musk knows how to share the right meme at the right time and this time his post has a strong Indian connection to it.

Musk shared a meme to share his thoughts on Apple over its integration with OpenAI's ChatGPT.

Musk posted on X with the comment: "How Intelligence works."

In the meme, a man and a woman could be seen sharing coconut water.

Also Read: Elon Musk warns he may ban the use of Apple devices at his firms over recent Open AI deal

The meme and the text suggest Apple's partnership with OpenAI could result in unwanted data sharing.

The meme is possibly from 2017 Tamil-released movie 'Thappattam'.

Producer of the movie Adham Bava thanked Elon Musk for making the poster of the movie 'world famous'.

"My thanks to Elon Musk for making my movie thappattam poster world famous..@elonmusk," he said.

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