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We're lucky to live in an age where this is possible. I remember having a security scanner guy at the airport steal my watch once. Realizing it was missing I came back for it just 2 minutes later. He clearly had it in his hand, but when I told him it was my watch he'd taken, he was like "Oh yeah? What brand is it?" When I told him the brand, he handed it back to me and just sort of laughed and said "shouldn't a done dat, I SHOULDN't a done dat." It's what you get for minimum wage hires I guess.
I really don't see how an AI app is any different than the Google app. Any app which allows access to "search what cannot be known ahead of time" is by nature risky. Seems like an overreaction just because of the amount of attention ChatGPT in particular has received recently. Are they really so dumb as to think kids wouldn't just use Safari instead to access the web version of similar tools? I just don't get the obsession with restricting apps like this.