Apple will use Inductiv AI technology to develop Siri

Apple has bought Inductiv, a Canadian-based artificial intelligence and machine learning start-up developer, to develop Siri’s voice assistant. About this writes Bloomberg.

The amount of the transaction and its terms are not disclosed. Apple said it was “periodically bought by small companies.”

Inductiv is creating a system through which artificial intelligence is used to identify and correct data errors for machine learning. Inductiv’s engineering team will work on Apple to improve Siri technology.

Over the past five years, Apple has acquired several companies related to artificial intelligence and machine learning, for example, Voysis, Xnor.ai, Turi, Perceptio, Tuplejump and others.

The amount of the transaction and its terms are not disclosed. Apple said it was “periodically bought by small companies.”

Inductiv is creating a system through which artificial intelligence is used to identify and correct data errors for machine learning. Inductiv’s engineering team will work on Apple to improve Siri technology.

Over the past five years, Apple has acquired several companies related to artificial intelligence and machine learning, for example, Voysis, Xnor.ai, Turi, Perceptio, Tuplejump and others.

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