Last Updated on January 20, 2022
If you have been living under a rock lately (just a figure of speech, don’t take it to heart), then you might have not heard about the new iPhone 4S. Apart from a few spec bumps, one of the stand out features is called Siri. Siri is a virtual assistant that you have access to 24/7 (or at least when the servers are not overused).
Originally back in 2008, Dag Kittlaus, Adam Cheyer and Tom Gruber started Siri out of a project by non-profit R&D institute. Apple successfully acquired the company in April 2010, and ever since have been working non-stop to deliver Siri for the iPhone 4S.
At this point and time nobody is quite sure how Siri works. However some speculate that all of the information transmitted throught the software is stored.
That gathered information in return is able to learn more about how people use it, while initially providing better results. Siri is Apple’s answer to Google ‘Voice Actions,’ which was first rolled out in August, 2010.
The bottom line is that Siri is growing as we speak, and personally I cannot wait to see where it will be in a couple years. Hopefully it will not flop like Ping.
Now you are trying to comprehend how in the world does this tech stuff relate to inspiration? Well considering we have never experienced something like this as consumers, this attracted my attention. What better way to tell you about it, than showcasing entertaining outcomes!
Some of the following results that we stumble upon are pretty hilarious. Very crazy to think that a piece of software could have so many outcomes to our questions. If you have an iPhone4S, you can try to ask the following questions and see if you get similar or better results.
Please Note: Some of the following statements might not be safe for a working environment.