Earlier this morning Apple announced that they are partnered with A.I. (Artificial Intelligence). Apple confirmed that company’s head of advanced development of Siri, Tom Gruber, will be taking a seat on that organization’s board. The main intention of both companies is to develop Artificial Intelligence. Both companies want to take Artificial Intelligence to all new levels by maintaining certain security standards. Tom Gruber who has good knowledge in Virtual Assitance, Artificial intelligence took responsibility to improve the security standards and wide range applications in A.I.
Apple Siri Chief Joins Partnership On Artificial Intelligence
Tom Gruber says he is glad to see the industries engaging on some of the larger opportunities and concerns created with the advancement of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. He believes that Partnership on A.I. will be beneficial for Apple Customers and also to the A.I. Industry. to play an active role in its development and look forward to collaborating with the group to help drive discussion on how to advance AI while protecting the privacy and security of consumers says Tom Gruber with the media.
As we all aware of how artificial intelligence works. For example consider Siri, a Virtual Assistant by Apple. They programmed it in a way it helps their customers in most of the ways. It plays a crucial role when it is assigned to do a specific task. For example setting a remainder or any similar kind of task. In the same way, when it is taken to the advanced levels, it must be same in its performance and most importantly it must consider the privacy of the user.
When an Artifical Intelligence can’t maintain a security standard, then it will become a big threat in an enormous way! it may affect an individual or maybe an organization.
In order to consider all the things, in order to attain perfection in future projects, Apple joins a partnership with A.I. consumer privacy is the foremost thing considered by Apple! This is what made Apple to join a partnership with A.I.