Apple hired the former head of the development of artificial intelligence and search from Google
From Google to Apple have gone head of the Department for the development of artificial intelligence and search engines. This was reported by The New York Times.
Senior Vice President of Google John Gianandrea left his post, having worked at Google for nearly 8 years. Information about the dismissal came 10 hours before he was officially hired at Apple.
Apple representatives confirmed the employment and said that the new employee will engage in the development of artificial intelligence and machine learning. He also will be one of the Vice presidents, report directly to the head of the Corporation Tim cook.
It may seem strange that Apple, the company focuses on the safety and security of personal, hires people from Google, the company that privacy is not particularly worried. However, Tim cook set to account Ganander positive.
“Our technologies must conform to our values. John shares our views on privacy and the desire to make computers smarter and more affordable,” wrote Tim in his letter to Apple employees.
The iPhone maker has long been a balance between the protection of personal data and the development of artificial intelligence. Trying to protect users, Apple is far behind in development, for which has often been criticized. Maybe the new specialist will help the Corporation to improve, without compromising privacy.
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