“What analysts are saying about artificial intelligence at Apple. [Here are] excerpts from the post-WWDC notes I’ve seen,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt writes for Apple 3.0.
Neil Cybart, Above Avalon: I would go so far as to say the Siri watch face will turn the Apple Watch into a completely new kind of device. It’s all about positioning Siri as your proactive assistance. Powered by ‘Siri intelligence,’ Apple relies on machine learning to provide you information based on your daily routine. This adds an interesting element to the device as the watch face changes based on your life. You may receive morning information tied to getting ready for the upcoming commute, while in the evening you get information regarding the sunset for the outdoor run or other leisure-oriented items around the house. Meanwhile, someone else well get a completely different stream of information throughout the day. That kind of personalization is Apple Watch’s future.
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MacDailyNews Take: We can’t wait for the world to see watchOS 4. Combine it with an Apple Watch capable of connecting to cellular networks on its own and the sky’s the limit!