In response to privacy concerns raised a few days ago in an article by the British newspaper the Guardian, Apple has temporarily suspended the Siri grading program globally, saying that an upcoming iOS software update will give its customers new controls so they could choose whether they would like to participate in the grading process or not.
Google's artificial intelligence expert Ian Goodfellow has joined Apple's Special Projects Group as a director of machine learning.
Google's human-sounding AI helper which stole the show at Google I/O 2018 by making an erringly realistically sounding phone call to a hair salon is coming to your iPhone soon.
Apple recently snapped up a batch of US patents from Lighthouse AI, a defunct home security camera company that shuttered a few months ago. The acquired IP portfolio includes crucial patents related to the depth sensing technology used by Lighthouse's cameras.
John Giannandrea, Google's former search chief, was promoted today to Apple's executive team as Senior Vice President of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Strategy, becoming one of 16 executives who report directly to CEO Tim Cook.
Apple has quietly acquired an artificial intelligence (AI) startup called Silk Labs, The Information reported yesterday citing sources familiar with the plans.
Apple recently poached Google’s former head of search, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), the 53-year-old Scottish engineer John Giannandrea, and now we know precisely what he's been tasked with doing at the Cupertino company.
Thanks to on-device artificial intelligence, the Google Translate app for iOS is now able to deliver high-quality translations even when you don't have access to an Internet connection.
Amazon has developed a powerful new facial recognition technology, reports ACLU NorCal. The service is called "Rekognition," and it analyzes people in real time, quickly scanning information it collects against databases featuring tens of millions of faces. It's capable of recognizing up to 100 people in a single image, and the scary part is that Amazon markets the service to law enforcement and is actively helping governments deploy it.
Today at its annual developer conference, Google announced some important new features and changes coming to its popular photo-management app for iOS, Android and the web.
Google I/I, the search giant's annual developers conference, is currently underway and the search giant just announced a whole new Google News app for iPhone and iPad that takes advantage of artificial intelligence and machine learning to bring you the stories you're most likely to care about.
Apple has hired Google's chief of search and artificial intelligence John Giannandrea, reports The New York Times. The outlet has obtained an internal email from Tim Cook, who tells employees “John shares our commitment to privacy and our thoughtful approach as we make computers even smarter and more personal.”