Apple spends millions of dollars every day on conversational AI
Apple has dramatically increased its spending on artificial intelligence, according to a new report from Apple the information which highlights Apple’s AI and machine learning research.
Although Apple’s head of AI, John Gianandrea, is said to be skeptical of AI-based chatbots, he set up a team working on conversational AI four years ago. We’ve heard previous rumors about “Apple GPT” from bloombergMark Gorman. Gorman said in July that Apple was experimenting with large language models, and that some Apple employees had access to its internal Ajax chatbot.
With OpenAI’s ChatGPT debuting in 2022, chatbots are suddenly the must-have feature. Both Microsoft and Google have launched chatbots, but there are still no signs that Apple has a consumer-oriented product that will be launched in the near future.
Apple’s Foundational Models team working on conversational AI has only 16 people, but Apple spends millions of dollars every day to train its language models. Training large language models requires a lot of hardware, as an example OpenAI Sam Altman said the company has spent more than $100 million on GPT-4.
according to the informationApple has other goals for AI. The company aims to develop a feature that would allow a voice assistant like Siri to automate multi-step tasks. This functionality is available on iPhone today, but the workflow must be set up manually using the Shortcuts app.
The Siri team can have voice-controlled multi-step automations ready to go in iOS 18.
Apple also appears to have AI teams that work on software to create videos and photos, and multimedia AI that works with images, video, and text. The aforementioned Ajax chatbot that Apple is working with is supposed to be more capable than the original ChatGPT 3.5 and trained on 200 billion parameters, but the newer OpenAI models are more robust.
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