Apple Investors Reject Call for Report Into Company’s AI Use

February 29, 2024

(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. shareholders rejected a labor-backed request for an artificial intelligence transparency report, which would have delved into whether the company is using the technology ethically. Most Read from BloombergThe proposal, submitted by AFL-CIO Equity Index Funds, was voted down at Apple’s annual meeting on Wednesday. The AI proposal urged Apple to disclose the ethical guidelines that it follows in adopting the technology. In a twist, the proposal was read by Apple retail store employee Michael Forsythe, who said he and his colleagues were concerned about the company’s expansion into artificial intelligence. Story continuesRead More: Apple Readies AI Tool to Rival Microsoft’s GitHub CopilotDuring the shareholder meeting, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook promised that Apple would “break new ground” in AI this year.