What would you change about Siri?

Posted by phil on Samedi nov 5, 2016 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

If Apple asked you what you wanted to see in the next ‘version’ of Siri, what would you tell them? Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant debuted in 2011 with an impress list of capabilities, including natural language, context-aware voice parsing and sequential inference, so it could \ »remember\ » what you were talking about and continue to provide answers along the same subject. Reliability issues plagued the launch, but over time Apple migrated to their own technology and things improved. Siri also moved across the product line from IPHONE to IPAD to Apple Watch to Apple TV to, this year, the Mac. Apple also added multiple languages in multiple regions, begun limited multiple concurrent language support, and most recently, opened Siri to developers with a half-dozen domain categories they can tap into. But Google is coming on strong with Assistant, Amazon does gangbusters if you speak English in the U.S. or U.K. and never leave your living room, Samsung just bought Viv, and Micr…

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