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Report: Apple May Introduce “Ajax,” Its ChatGPT Rival, at WWDC 2024

<p>Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that Apple intends to introduce its own large language model (LLM) at the company’s next Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. The model is anticipated to go up against ChatGPT from OpenAI, Gemini LLM from Google, and further offerings from Amazon and Meta.</p>
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<p>Gurman claims that Apple’s AI capabilities are well behind the times, particularly in light of ChatGPT’s release in 2022. However, iOS 18, which will have a larger language model called Ajax, is anticipated to launch it. Gurman claims that since early last year, Apple has been testing it.</p>
<p>In terms of practical application integration, Apple could be considering incorporating auto-completion and auto-summarization functionalities into programs like Keynote and Pages. The manufacturer of iPhones is also thinking about bringing AI capabilities to Apple Music, which may include automated playlist generation. Siri is also getting a makeover.</p>
<p>Furthermore, rumors have it that Apple is working on a system that would make it easier for AppleCare staff to help consumers with inquiries and troubleshooting by streamlining the process.</p>
<p>Even if Apple is improving, it still lags behind its rivals. Gurman believes that Apple won’t be able to completely implement its generative AI vision until at least 2025. In the meanwhile, Apple’s two main Android competitors, Google and Samsung, are stepping up their AI services.</p>
<p>With the Pixel 8 range and Gemini Nano integration, Google has already introduced a number of AI-centric features. Meanwhile, Samsung plans to make the future Galaxy S24 series all about AI, with a particular emphasis on “Galaxy AI.”</p>

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