Apple goes on a hiring spree looking for people skilled in generative artificial intelligence, with the goal of making Siri much smarter. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture

Apple goes on a hiring spree looking for people skilled in generative artificial intelligence, with the goal of making Siri much smarter.

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