Siri, what does the fox say?
Siri, what does the fox say?
When there’s nothing else to do, your iOS will be there. Inspired by this Quora thread.
Is this what happens when a computer gets too smart?
Now Joaquin Phoenix is getting dragged into this very real rivalry between ladies of artificial intelligence.
Don’t get too attached to shark-fin soup, Delaware.
The intelligence may be artificial, but the rivalry is very real.
Is Siri good enough to help Bill Murray, Jennifer Lawrence, and Arnold Schwarzenegger?
A perfect Paul-bot.
Tech edition. Smartphones, Facebook, Siri, they all SUCK.
“I don’t see any reports of hurricanes.”
“Siri, is it raining at the Yankees game? Does Yankee Stadium serve linguica?”
He should have asked her, “What’s it like being John Malkovich?”
He’s just as annoying. Apparently quirkiness is genetic.
“Say ‘WHAT’ one more time!” I don’t LOL at anything. I did at this, though.
Or Apple and its carrier partners probably wouldn’t resort to overt celebrity ads to remind you how great it is.
Minutes ago, Tim Cook was quoted as saying “Siri is your new best friend.” This was met with much snark among techies and internet folk, but you’d be surprised how many people have actually made this remark in complete seriousness. Here are 25 of them.
She has become self-aware. Or someone on the Apple store in Britain messed with her settings. But it’s more fun to believe the former.
Siri can rap, but I didn’t say it was good at it.
A couple weeks ago it became apparent that Siri, the digital personal assistant that comes equipped on new iPhones, was unfortunately pro-life. Apple has fixed the problem by not just making Siri pro-choice, but full on pro-abortion. (From HappyPlace.com)
PR bots, activate! Apple claims that Siri was not built in with any moral bias and vaguely alluded to fixing the issue.
Siri provides a great way to ensure that you’ll never need human interaction ever again. Ever.
The iPhone 4S’s killer feature is apparently anti-abortion. When posed with questions about a need for birth control, abortion clinics, or emergency contraception, Siri dodges the question or suggests pro-life crisis pregnancy centers.
She’s alive….ALIVE! Dissatisfied with Siri’s already impressive personal assistant skills, hackers have taken her to the next level, manipulating her technology to do more than just send text messages.
Who will win this pseudo-intelligent robot battle? Two A.I.s enter, one A.I. leaves.
Give her a pot cookie and she’ll get stoned and start talking all sorts of nonsense. If I lived in an iPhone, I’d probably hang out with the Instapaper app, too.
Our friends over at Slacktory set out to answer that question. What they found was hilarious and absolutely, totally, completely real. I mean Steve Jobs was all about LSD so… (via slacktory.tumblr.com) Watch Video ›
Just one of the built in easter eggs in the new iOS. Kind of creepy, right? Watch Video ›