Exclusive: Apple testing Siri language generating features

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If you’ve been following the development of Apple’s Siri voice assistant, you’ll know that the company has been working hard to improve the software’s ability to generate natural-sounding language.

Now, it seems that the company is taking things one step further by testing features that would allow Siri to generate its own language.

According to a report from 9to5Mac, Apple is testing a new feature that would allow Siri to create sentences by piecing together pre-defined fragments of speech.

This would allow the software to create sentences that sound more natural than those that are currently generated by the assistant.

The report also claims that the company is working on a new chatbot that would use the same technology to generate responses to questions.

This would be a significant improvement on the current chatbot, which is often criticized for its poor language skills.

The new features are said to be in the early stages of development, and it is not yet clear when they will be released to the public.

However, if the reports are true, it is clear that Apple is serious about making Siri a more competent voice assistant.

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