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05 April 2018, 01:17 | Antoinette Holland
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VP of Core Search Ben Gomes is looking at a promotion in the former department, whereas artificial intelligence is getting its own separate unit, to be managed by renowned computer scientist Jeff Dean, who's been with Google for almost two decades now. The hire is an absolute victory for Apple. In terms of quality, Apple Siri is way behind Google Assistant, which uses the same ground-breaking algorithms that power Google Translate and Google search image.
Considered a highly desired executive, especially as A.I. seems to steadily grow in prevalence and importance, John Giannandrea will help spearhead Apple'smachine learning and A.I. strategy.
The hire of the 53-year-old Scot may signal a new approach at Apple in terms of the company's engagement with the research community, but it is unlikely to see Apple step completely in-line with its rivals. (However, it is a pared-down version from the Siri that lives on your iPhone.) GoogleAssistant is now far more capable of understanding the world around it, despite being launched five years later. He will also report directly to the company's CEO, Tim Cook.
Giannandrea joined Google in 2010 when the search giant bought his company Metaweb, which was working on what's called a "knowledge graph" - a tool that gives direct answers to search queries. Last week, Windows' chief Terry Myerson departed after Microsoftannounced that it would focus more on AI and the Cloud.
Giannandrea's hiring comes as Apple has recently faced criticism for Siri, the AI-based personal assistant built into products like Macs, iPhones, iPads, the Apple TV, and the HomePod. In fact, Google directly banned its employees from publishing any of their AI research. Machine learning experts are in high demand in Silicon Valley, with salaries often exceeding eight figures.
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