Apple Acquires Canadian Startup to Improve Siri

By Marko Vidrih on The Capital

US-based Apple closed a deal to acquire Canadian company Inductive, whose technology can be used to improve Siri’s voice assistant, Bloomberg writes.
Inductive created a technology in which artificial intelligence was used to detect data errors, which, presumably, allows you to achieve better results when using machine learning methods.

It is emphasized that the startup team has been working with Apple for several weeks to improve the Siri voice assistant, as well as in other areas of the American corporation.

Apple confirmed to Bloomberg the fact of the transaction, refusing to disclose any details.

Author: Marko Vidrih

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