Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Siri Errors Cut By A Factor of Two

According to Steven Levy, Apple has used machine learning to cut Siri errors by a factor of two. Machine learning allows a device to correct itself by learning from its mistakes. Because of this, Siri is much more accurate. This same technology is also used in QuickType and Apple Pencil.
"This was one of those things where the jump was so significant that you do the test again to make sure that somebody didn’t drop a decimal place."
- Eddy Cue 

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