Apple Is Making The Most Of The Generative AI Trend With Heavy Investments, CEO Tim Cook Confirms

iPhone maker Apple is reportedly making big investments that are in line with the current Generative AI trend.

The news was confirmed by the company’s CEO Tim Cook who mentioned on Wednesday how his firm was putting mighty funds into AI and how that’s the clearest signal the world can get about it aligning with the craze right now.

For those who might not be aware, the trend has overtaken the tech world and wherever you go, it’s all about AI. Moreover, it’s a phenomenon that is not going anywhere, anytime soon and that’s why there’s so much growth potential here.

As mentioned by Tim Cook during this year’s shareholder meeting, there’s a lot of potential awaiting to be unlocked and Apple does not see why it shouldn’t be making the most of it in regards to bettering its productivity and sectors like problem-solving.

We’re yet to see Apple roll out competing products that are on the same level as ChatGPT from OpenAI or Gemini from Google. But we do feel this might be a strong indication of what the future holds for the Cupertino firm in 2024.

During the latter part of this year, Cook vowed to share how his firm plans to roll out groundbreaking projects that would revolve around Generative AI which is the call of the moment. He also called it a matter that could redefine the future.

In the same way, he tried to frame a long list of products from Apple that are dubbed ‘AI-powered’ so that it’s better emphasized how long the organization has been putting efforts in this regard. Before, the firm tried to avoid terminology like AI as they felt words like machine learning were more appropriate.

Now, the latest on this front has to do with the tech giant’s latest rollout which happens to be Vision Pro which is a popular tool devised for hand-tracking. Similarly, the Apple Watch is created to better gauge the wearer’s heart rate quickly.

More in this regard happens to do with chips located inside Apple devices like MacBooks which can run AI for the better.

AI is integrated into the lives of users so much that it’s now hard to get out, he continued. It’s all about making lives better and becoming an integral part of people’s routines, Cook elaborated.

If you get into a car accident and need help, that’s your trusty guide. The same goes for tracking your health during exercises to prevent wearers from going overboard and keeping their health as a top priority.

Apple usually does roll out new products with features in the summer, during its yearly developer’s conference so we need to stay tuned for that.

During the virtual meeting, Cook wasn’t informed about matters such as the Apple Car Project which he referred to as the mother of such endeavors. All that we know so far is that it’s getting disbanded.

As a reply to that general query regarding which products the firm opts to release, Tim Cook mentioned how a lot of that has to do with matters like focus.

These remarks arose after shareholders from the iPhone maker rejected proposals forcing the firm to generate reports linked to AI risks.

For now, we can confirm how the proposal was rolled out by the Equity Index Funds and announced in detail at this year’s Apple employee meeting for retail.

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