Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

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Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

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Apple device users who are frustrated when Siri fails to answer a question may one day be able tap into the crowd to get a better response.

The Apple patent application “Crowd sourcing information to fulfill user requests,” published Thursday by the US Patent and Trademark Office, envisions a few ways to help Siri when it comes up empty.

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Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing


Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

 

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

 

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

 

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

 

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

Apple could smarten up Siri using crowdsourcing

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