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Apple tests OpenAI chatbot for software advancement

Apple tests OpenAI chatbot for software advancement

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Apple has been rigorously testing OpenAI’s chatbot, ChatGPT, indicating their intent to improve their software development. The company’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, emphasizes the importance of advanced digital assistants in their future operations.

Apple’s technology enthusiasts await exciting AI projects expected to be unveiled at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. Overseen by Federighi and John Giannandrea and reporting to CEO Tim Cook, these developments aim to push the frontiers of artificial intelligence capabilities.

The industry anticipates improvements in Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, alongside other machine learning applications. With every unveiling, Apple reaffirms its pioneering quest in the AI space. This stirs excitement for WWDC directions, as the event is likely to reveal the next big steps in AI.

Earlier this year, CEO Tim Cook expressed excitement about Apple’s advancements in AI, increasing anticipation for the WWDC. Unlike many tech rivals, Apple has kept its AI roadmap secret, with acquisitions and AI projects remaining undisclosed.

Notwithstanding, indications show that Apple might be shifting towards AI-focused projects, as reflected by numerous job listings for data scientists and AI experts.

Apple explores OpenAI chatbot integration

Despite secrecy, industry followers await the unveiling of Apple’s latest AI Qwizardry, expected to significantly impact the future of AI technology.

Since 2018, Apple has attracted noteworthy AI figures and assembled an impressive team. In collaboration with top-tier chip maker, TSMC, the company has been discreetly developing its own AI chips. Also, Apple has started allocating substantial resources to AI-based product development.

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Apple plans to utilise these proprietary AI chips in their data centres to expedite various applications. These AI chips aim to revolutionise machine learning and big data analytics, offering exclusive, high-speed processing capabilities.

There are discussions about Apple’s plans to integrate OpenAI’s advanced chatbots, ChatGPT and Gemini, into forthcoming iOS iterations. Indicatively, a contract with OpenAI might soon be signed. Whatever the outcome, Apple’s strategic moves continue to lay the foundation for a more AI-centric future.

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