ChatGPT has been lately prohibited at Apple. Apple, Inc., headquartered in Cupertino, is allegedly looking to fill roles in its machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) divisions. Does this indicate that Apple is working on an alternative to ChatGPT?
The Apple US career page now lists 176 available positions, as reported by Pocket-lint. There are now 43 up for this month. Sixty-eight of the positions are associated with Apple’s voice assistant Siri, while the remaining 52 are for iOS and the remaining 46 are for macOS.
TechCrunch reports that during its Q2 earnings conference, the business pledged to take a “thoughtful and deliberate” approach to generative AI. Adding additional positions in anticipation of WWDC 2023, Apple appears to be following the lead of other tech firms.
Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) has been scheduled for June 5. The event’s main focus will be on AR/VR technologies. Like Google’s I/O conference, Apple’s WWDC 2023 is expected to focus on artificial intelligence (AI). Time in India (IST): 10:30 p.m. The event, like in previous years, will be streamed live on the company’s website and YouTube page.
At the event, Apple is widely anticipated to introduce new versions of its iOS mobile operating system, iPadOS tablet operating system, and macOS laptop operating system. The next version of Apple’s operating system, iOS 17, will have a number of new accessibility features, as was recently disclosed by the iPhone manufacturer.
Assistive Access is one such function since it simplifies Apple’s software and user interfaces to their core elements. The Phone and the FaceTime apps are now merged into one. Assistive Access is an iOS feature that may be used to modify the iPad and iPhone so that they work better for persons with cognitive limitations by reducing the “cognitive load” on the user. Additional improvements to iPhones include real-time speech recognition and a custom voice for advanced speech.