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Apple reportedly planning huge upgrade for Siri

It seems like Apple is planning a huge upgrade for Siri, one that may see the voice assistant surge forward of competitors Google Now, Microsoft's Cortana, and Alexa, the AI at the back of Amazon Echo. Apple got U.Okay.-based speech processing startup VocalIQ last year, and shall be integrating the advances made by way of the corporate in processing herbal language queries and system studying into Siri.

In keeping with Business Insider:

Consistent with a source acquainted with VocalIQ's product, it is a lot more tough and succesful than Siri's largest competition like Google Now, Amazon's Alexa, and Microsoft's Cortana. Actually, it used to be so spectacular that Apple purchased VocalIQ ahead of the corporate may just end and unlock its smartphone app. After the purchase, Apple stored many of the VocalIQ staff and allow them to figure out in their Cambridge workplace and combine the product into Siri.

Prior to Apple purchased the corporate, VocalIQ examined its product towards Siri, Google Now, and Cortana, and the effects have been spectacular. VocalIQ's good fortune fee used to be over 90%, whilst Google Now, Siri, and Cortana have been most effective a success about 20% of the time, in line with one source.

VocalIQ's platform could also be malleable sufficient to be programmed for anything else you wish to have to do. One instance a source gave used to be educating it to effectively organize e-mail whilst a consumer's phone used to be of their pocket. In concept, Apple would be capable of teach Siri to do the entirety a lot better the use of VocalIQ.

VocalIQ makes use of system studying to offer context to queries, with the AI in a position to know a follow-up query to a prior question. The generation can be used for voice-controlled in-car programs, and VocalIQ would possibly in finding its means into Apple's car platform as smartly. We will have to listen extra about what is in retailer for Siri at WWDC 2016.

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