As a voice assistant in Apple products, Siri can be used to find information, make phone calls, send messages, get directions, play music, find Apple devices and other functions by simply saying "Hey Siri" wake up.
However, MarkGurman revealed in his latest "PowerOn" newsletter that Apple is working on a massive revamp of Siri. As part of the revamp, Apple will change the way the voice assistant wakes up so that Siri can understand and respond to commands using the single word "Siri" as the trigger word. Users won't have to say, "Hey, Siri ".
According to MarkGurman,This seemingly simple function is actually a huge technical challenge involving a lot of artificial intelligence training and low-level engineering modification. The product identification system needs to have a more accurate, sensitive and rapid identification mechanism, as well as anti-misjudgment mechanism.
It would require Siri to be able to recognize the word "Siri" across many different accents, rather than the current "Hey Siri" wake-up word.
It is worth mentioning that,Apple is also integrating Siri with third-party apps to create a better user experience, meaning users will be able to control third-party apps in the future by using the single word "Siri." Foreign media expect improvements to Siri to be rolled out this year or next.
In addition to changing the wakeup mode,Apple will also allow Siri to integrate more deeply with third-party apps to create a better user experience.
However, as an Apple user, I don't actually use Siri very often, and I don't have a high arousal sensitivity for Siri on my phone. When I say "Hey Siri", I always wake up someone else's Siri instead of my own Siri. Over time, I don't use Siri very much.
And the difference between "Hey Siri" and "Siri" is one word, so one more word doesn't seem to matter much. Do you think that's necessary?
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