Apple to introduce more artificial intelligence

Apple chief executive Tim Cook opened the keynote at the WWDC conference in San Francisco Apple is introducing more artificial intelligence to the iPhone and iPad, with devices now able to understand conversations and recognise faces in photos. The technology giant’s virtual assistant Siri has been given a major update that now means it can use machine learning to predict words you plan to use in text conversations as well as find faces in your photo albums. Apple chief executive Tim Cook opened the keynote at the WWDC conference in San Francisco by paying tribute to the victims of the Orlando shootings, saying Apple offered its “deepest sympathies to everyone whose lives were touched by the violence”. He then led a moment’s silence before the event began. As part of…


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