Actor Durai Sudhakar Thanks Elon Musk For Tweeting Tamil Movie Thappattam Meme
Actor Durai Sudhakar Thanks Elon Musk For Tweeting Tamil Movie Thappattam Meme
The Elon Musk meme indicates the problem of a user's data breach with the new Apple-OpenAI collaboration.

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, posted a meme mocking Apple’s collaboration with OpenAI. The meme image is from the 2017 Tamil film Thappattam. The meme is going viral on social media and sparking excitement among the meme community. In this situation, the actor of the film Durai Sudhakar has spoken about the spread of the meme.

Musk has been a constant topic of conversation for his controversial posts and actions. Taking to X, he shared a movie poster meme on his account, which is very popular among Tamil netizens. In the viral photo, the lead actors share coconut water. The photo indicates the user’s data breach with the new Apple-OpenAI collaboration. While Apple had announced that it would be using OpenAI facilities, the meme was meant to tease the potential for data theft. The image has been shared with the header that reads, “How intelligence works.”

The popular meme is trending globally after Elon Musk’s post. In this case, the actor Durai Sudhakar was happy, saying that this is a global recognition for the Tamil film. “I take this as an endorsement. This film is a small-budget film. Thanks to Elon Musk for sharing the photo of this movie. I would like to thank the social media, meme creators and media for bringing this photo to its level,” he said.

During its Worldwide Developer Conference 2024, Apple recently revealed its collaboration with OpenAI. The tech company announced that with its iOS 18 software, ChatGPT is being integrated into experiences within iOS, iPadOS and macOS. Users won’t have to switch between programs to take advantage of ChatGPT’s features. But Musk wasn’t very happy with this and said that if the tech giant integrated OpenAI into his operating systems, he would ban Apple products in his company.

He pointed out that it is ridiculous that Apple is dependent on OpenAI for AI development and makes its own. “It’s patently absurd that Apple isn’t smart enough to make their own AI yet is somehow capable of ensuring that OpenAI will protect your security and privacy! Apple has no clue what’s going on once they hand your data over to OpenAI. They’re selling you down the river,” he added.

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