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The last Siri creator leaves Apple

Apple | Jul 24, 2018 | Master3395

Now there is no one left.

More media writer Tom Gruber has left Apple as the last of the original Siri creators. Together with Dag Kittlaus and Adam Cheyer, Gruber founded Siri Inc., which was later purchased by Apple.

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The news comes shortly after it became known that Google's former AI chief, John Giannandrea, takes over as head of the Apple Department of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

The Information writes that Gruber will explore personal interests such as photography and conservation of the ocean. Kittlaus and Cheyer started the company Viv Labs after leaving Apple. This is a company that works with artificial intelligence and has later been purchased by Samsung to help South Korea's efforts to assist Bixby.

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Keywords: AI, siri, Apple, Developer

Sources: The Verge

Author: Master3395

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