If you care about privacy, you should be using and supporting Apple

Apple is falling behind in the race to create ‘predictive’ services for smartphones because its privacy policies are too protective of the end-user, according to a new report from Reuters. Researchers are able to access only a tiny fraction of the data generated by users of Apple devices, with some services — like Maps — flushing data after as little as 15 minutes. Reuters’ report has crunched numbers on Apple job openings and talked to various industry insiders, many of whom agree that Apple lacks the best conditions to attract the very limited supply of data scientists necessary to leverage cloud-based services and anticipate the most minute demands of smartphone users. Artificial intelligence is at the heart of Apple’s next generation of services, and the fruits of the company’s labor…


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