Okay, so Apple already has artificial intelligence on its devices, right? Yes — to a point. But a leak revealed that the iPhone maker is working on a new project; A.I. But unlike major projects working on creating true artificial intelligence, Apple is doing things a little differently. What will your future iPhones be capable of?
How will this newest Apple AI be different than Siri?
When Apple launched Siri, customers worldwide lost their collective minds. Now, Apple is ready to repeat that process on a new level. A leak recently revealed Apple’s secret internal project; self-computing smartphones. What’s so revolutionary about a computer processing everything on the phone directly?
Currently, the way Siri and Google Assistant operate, smartphones rely on computer servers to process requests, rather than processing requests on the phone directly. That means that oftentimes there can be hiccups in the translation of questions and answers, which you’ve probably experienced many times over…. But more importantly, an AI chip built into your phone would provide faster, more accurate answers without crippling your battery life the way current AI technology does.
This could be useful in so many ways, as Apple looks towards augmented reality. A self-processing AI chip would revolutionize the way our phones could process data in real time, allowing for seamless integration of new technologies into your devices. Those devices would still work, even when not connected to wifi or cell towers.
The Apple Neural Engine would see Siri take a quantum leap forward as a virtual assistant, and also be able to help with:
The truth is, there’s no telling just what the new chips would be capable of. The Neural Engine would speed up machine learning, graphics, and even allow for significantly more accurate and improved GPS — online and off.
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If the reports turn out to be true, and Apple is capable of delivering on the chips, the tech titan would dominate the entire tech industry — by a lot. On a down day in the markets, shares of Apple, Inc. (AAPL) rose UP on the news, and should continue to do so.
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