Samsung has been working on bringing a new, much-improved digital personal assistant to its devices, without having to leverage Google Assistant to achieve that goal.
Like many other companies, Apple’s focus on artificial intelligence (AI) is only getting sharper.
Movie tie-ins are starting to grow for Apple, and Siri seems to be the vehicle in which it wants to get the word (promotion) out.
Apple is constantly working behind-the-scenes to tweak Siri, sometimes adding a series of new answers to queries geared for high-profile events, like the National Football League’s Super Bowl.
Siri has been in the hot seat for a little while now, thanks to other companies out there seemingly outpacing Apple in the digital personal assistant front.
At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, which is in full swing in Las Vegas, Nevada, there were a lot of different gadgets, devices, and technologies to show off. In typical fashion, there are a ton of different companies vying for videos and typed words about their products, some new, and some not so new at all. It’s a busy several days!
Using a digital personal assistant, like Siri, in specific situations is one of the major draws of the feature in general, and for health emergencies Apple’s option has seen key improvements.
In Barcelona, Spain, an invitation-only event hosted a variety of different professionals working in artificial intelligence.
Back in July, Universal Pictures released The Secret Life of Pets, an animated adventure about what pets do when their human companions aren’t home.
While Siri still isn’t quite up to the mark when it comes to having back and forth conversations and asking obscure, complex questions, it’s gotten pretty good at some key things. Things that a lot of iPhone users use Siri for, like calling someone, sending someone an iMessage, time zone or currency conversion and the like. Siri is so good at these things that I usually skip the UI and ask Siri to do those things for me even when my fingers are right there on the screen (Hey Siri command really helps there). But there’s one more thing you can add to that list – device commands.