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Apple is hiring people to work on generative AI

Apple has notably been absent from the generative AI (GenAI) arena, despite Microsoft and Google making some significant advancements in the AI field.

As an indication that it intends to make a significant entry into the AI market, Apple has recently began employing top AI developers and GenAI specialists. Apple products will consequently face greater competition.

In order to improve its voice assistant technology, the company has decided to hire 176 people with a focus on machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). 68 of these posts have been given to the Siri department.

Furthermore, 46 posts would be devoted to macOS, while 52 will be focused on incorporating AI into iOS. It’s important to note that a number of roles will call for proficiency across various products, underscoring Apple’s dedication to smoothly integrating AI across its whole ecosystem and delivering a top-notch user experience.

To prevent critical data leaks, Apple previously forbade its employees from using ChatGPT and other chatbots. The company said that its deliberate and intelligent approach to AI prioritises consumer transparency.

While augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) will be the main topics of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5, there is anticipation that the company may also reveal new breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI).

Apple’s strategic decision to strengthen its AI skills can have a significant impact on the future of AR/VR because AI is becoming more and more integrated with these technologies.

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