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Apple is somewhat late on GPT, but it has user base ready

Siri and Ajax will do the job

24.Jul.23 8:05 AM
By Abigail Richards
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Apple is somewhat late on GPT, but it has user base ready

Apple is also working on its own chatbot with artificial intelligence, as reported by Bloomberg. However, this 'AppleGPT,' as insiders call it, is not yet ready for the general public.

Apple's chatbot uses its own language model called Ajax. With such a model, it can generate texts based on the information it has been trained on. Other chatbots, such as ChatGPT and Bard, work in a similar way.

Bloomberg writes that Apple is working on the project with multiple teams and is considering potential privacy risks. The project is said to be led by John Giannandrea, who previously worked on AI and search at Google, and software executive Craig Federighi. Further details about Apple's AI chatbot are not yet available.

Apple itself is not revealing much about its plans with this technology. Companies like Microsoft and Google have already released initial versions of similar programs to the market.

However, Apple is no newcomer to the field of artificial intelligence. The company already uses the technology for its voice assistant Siri, and AI is also used to recognize certain subjects in the Photos app.

Recently, CEO Tim Cook mentioned in an interview with Good Morning America that Apple is "closely monitoring" developments in the field of artificial intelligence. In May, he expressed concerns about the potential risks of AI, stating, "There are still several issues that need to be figured out."

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