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In a bold move towards advancing the frontiers of artificial intelligence, Apple is set to bolster its workforce dedicated to AI research in the United Kingdom. Tim Cook, the tech titan’s CEO, made this significant announcement, as reported by BBC News.
Cook’s assertion underscores Apple’s unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of generative AI technology. Anticipations are high as the company gears up to augment its investments in both the UK and the dynamic realm of AI. He also shed light on how AI capabilities are already integral to various functionalities on Apple devices, citing examples like the groundbreaking Fall Detection and Crash Detection features, along with the highly intuitive predictive autocorrect introduced in iOS 17.
The Cupertino-based conglomerate is rumored to be making substantial daily investments, estimated in the millions, in the domain of conversational AI research. Apple’s innovation engine is also churning out a cutting-edge chatbot tool, tentatively dubbed “Apple GPT” by some engineers, poised to compete head-on with OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
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In an international tour, Cook is presently gracing the United Kingdom’s shores, following visits to several other European nations. His itinerary included a visit to St. Mary’s Primary School and Apple’s newly inaugurated store within the iconic Battersea Power Station. Earlier today, Cook had the privilege of meeting the esteemed Prince and Princess of Wales, further solidifying Apple’s global outreach.