Khari Johnson writes that in order for Siri Shortcuts to succeed, we can not have any trust problems.
Trust was a central theme at an AI conference that Affectiva held last week in Boston, where the emotion detection company tries to remain transparent while driving emotional recognition services in vehicles. Affectiva wants in-camera & # 39; s ability to recognize when you are distracted, tired or angry and follow the emotions of people.
Trust has never been a problem with Siri. Apple's privacy protection means that what you ask Siri is not associated with your personal identity. Other assistants such as Alexa and Google Assistant may be able to do things that Siri can not do. But Siri's strength is to be able to do things without the need to collect your personal information and send it to "the cloud".
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