Siri’s Artificial Intelligence and Assistance Technology Could Be Deeply Integrated Into iOS 5

iOS 5

We were quite excited when Apple acquired Siri last year. Siri was a young startup that had launched a personal assistant app, which was quite popular on the App Store.

TechCrunch reports that according to their sources Siri’s artificial intelligence and assistance technology has been “deeply integrated” into iOS 5, which will be unveiled at WWDC 2011.

TechCrunch reports:

The use of Siri’s artificial intelligence and assistance technology is said to be deeply integrated into the OS for all the different services offered. And the team is now putting the finishing touches on the elements that will be demoed at WWDC, we hear. This tech may also be opened to developers for use in third-party apps – though that information isn’t quite as concrete.

You can checkout the demo video of Siri’s iPhone app in action:

You should also watch the interview of Siri’s CEO, Dag Kittlaus and VP of engineering, Adam Cheyer by Robert Scoble back in February 2010, where they talk about the technology behind the application and lots of interesting things:

What do you think about the possibilities of Siri’s technology getting deeply integrated with iOS 5? Please share your views in the comments section below.

[via TechCrunch]