Apple is experimenting with language-generating artificial intelligence Siri as the use of chatbots increases. The company has been working on building strong AI capabilities for some time, and it appears that they have a profound curiosity about creation and natural language processing. The Cupertino-based tech giant reportedly just held an internal session on AI and large-scale language models. In the future, chatbot and voice assistant technology will converge, according to experts.

Which devices can have the ChatBot feature?

Apple is reportedly testing a more advanced version of Siri, which is programmed to only produce jokes, on Apple TVs running the tvOS 16.4 beta. We might anticipate Siri using natural language generation on gadgets like iPhones, iPads, and Macs in the near future. Again, depending on the device, Apple might place restrictions on Siri's ability to provide a seamless user experience.

What will the new AI-integrated SIRI do?

Long-time users have complained that Siri, Apple's AI assistant, does not understand their queries. Siri and other voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant are unable to comprehend accents and phonetics from people throughout the world, even if they speak the same language. Apple's enhanced Siri will give improved speech output, which is supposed to sound more "human" than before, in contrast to ChatGPT or GPT-4, which may generate text. Moreover, it has been suggested that Apple may restrict this functionality to Siri, and that it may not be as powerful as OpenAI's GPT-4.