Another substantial improvement to Apple’s well-known speech assistant Siri is on the way. According to sources, the tech titan has been working on an AI component that will allow Siri to produce spoken words.
OpenAI, the firm behind ChatGPT and GPT4, now controls a sizable share of the generative AI market. Yet, as a result of the increasing AI competition, numerous major tech companies have launched their own generative AI tools. In this context, Apple is just another example.
According to 9 to 5 Mac, Apple has been striving to offer Siri natural language production skills, which will allow it to develop content and responses similar to those of people.
Siri is currently supported by not only the iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, but also the Apple Watch.
According to sources, Apple is also experimenting with language generation on the Apple TV’s Siri, which can presently only generate jokes.
As it continues to test natural language generation, we may expect the company to release outstanding Siri generation tools on devices such as iPhones, iPads, and Macs in the near future.
Whereas OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GPT4 are chatbots that respond to users in text, Apple’s Siri responds to users in audio using generative technologies, making Siri sound more realistic.