Apple has silently been ramping up its AI and NLP capabilities

Natural language digital assistants were a priority on major developer conferences this year. Facebook F8, Google I/O and Microsoft Build, all delved on how natural language communication through voice or text input is becoming the primary way humans engage with machines. Now that Apple’s WWDC is just around the corner, the news sites are buzzing with rumours, insider information and speculation of what new announcements Apple may have at it’s annual developer conference. Brian Roemmele, who has been tracking Apple’s developments in AI right from the start, put up a blog post on Medium explaining how Steve Jobs pushed for natural language communication capabilities in his last days at Apple. The post clarifies Apple’s involvement in the changing human computer interaction scenario. The primary driver for Apple’s new natural language processing capabilities…


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