Wonder no more about the abrupt departure of Google's former head of artificial intelligence and search. John Giannandrea will report directly to Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, which is a big high level position at Apple.
For example, while Google Assistant and Alexa both boast thousands of third-party developer integrations, Apple still only allows specific types of apps to integrate with Siri.Читайте также: Insomniac's Spider-Man game coming September 2018
Blogger and Apple commentator John Gruber said that Giannandrea's appointment may come to be regarded as "one of the most significant Apple executive hires ever". When news broke Monday that Mr. Giannandrea was unexpectedly stepping down as Google's A.I. chief, he immediately became perhaps the most eligible tech executive on the market. On the contrary, the company didn't even publish AI research until 2016, a common practice among AI researchers at Facebook and Google. Google acquired Metaweb in 2010 and turned its technology into its Knowledge Graph, the blurbs of information provided as the result of a Google search whenever typing in a person, place, or thing.
Talking about the future of the technology, John Giannandrea also mentioned the possibility of personalized "pervasive computing", where the capacities of the computer to assist humans would be infused in the entire environment rather than shrinking into the mobile phones. In fact, Google directly banned its employees from publishing any of their AI research.
It's not clear from statements and published reports why Giannandrea chose to leave Google or join Apple.
Software and services are now critical - for Siri in particular - to the continued competitiveness of Apple's product lineup, including the iPhone.
On the other hand, Jeff Dean who co-founded Google Brain will be taking over Giannandrea's spot.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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