Apple is trying to fight Google’s artificial intelligence with one hand tied behind its back

Apple senior VP Craig Federighi Business Insider On Monday, Apple exec Craig Federighi quickly mentioned how Apple is going to try and catch up to Google’s smart Photo app: “on-device intelligence.” But at least one analyst is skeptical that this tech will really allow Apple to keep up with its competitors, much less leapfrog them. On-device intelligence lets Apple jump on the biggest trend in tech: machine learning (also known as artificial intelligence and cognitive computing). This is where smart computers are fed a large amount of data and learn from it. Apple will use it to scan your photos and understand who’s in them and what’s going on, something Google Photos is already doing. But Apple has a problem. Most machine learning is done by powerful computers, which are…


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