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Apple apologizes for listening to Siri recordings

A few days after the biggest controversy in Apple's history was announced, US tech giants now apologized for listening to user conversations with Siri without consent.

According to a recent report, Apple's digital support Siri can share information with contractors in the “Grading Program” to provide a quality experience for its users. A few days ago after Apple finished working tutelar Reported about contractors who are listening to personal conversations related to business transactions, medical information and drug transactions.

Apple has introduced a new rule to create conversations for users who choose to participate in the "Siri rating" program to improve speech recognition quality. It also deletes the conversation by default after using it in the program.

In a recent statement from Apple, a spokesman for the company said.

“We know we have not fully met our high ideals. We decided to make some changes to Siri, the goal of pioneering intelligent assistant Siri, and to provide the best experience while carefully protecting our customers' privacy. ”

Computer-generated copies will still be used, improving Siri's response to user requests. Under the new rules, Apple employees can create recordings in which the employment contractor can be damaged and the data misused.

In a statement issued by Apple, less than 0.2% of audio recordings were reviewed in the program.

Apple has pledged to provide the best user experience to its customers, and has left it to users if they voluntarily participate in the program through “Siri” to ensure that the company continues to provide the best virtual voice support.

The American tech giant has been in hot water over the past few months. First is the jailbreak vulnerability in the new iOS 12.4 update and now this "Siri Grading" argument. Such a scenario could reduce the credibility of Apple, the world's most "trusted" smartphone company.

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