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(CTN News) – Apple will attempt to convince people who are skeptical of its artificial intelligence strategy on Monday. This follows Apple’s rivals’ swift adoption of artificial intelligence.

The theme of this year’s Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Silicon Valley is artificial intelligence (AI), and there’s a chance that OpenAI, the firm that creates ChatGPT, could be discussed.

The conference is for developers who make apps for iPads, Macs, and iPhones; it’s yearly get-together for them. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is anticipated to exert significant effort in persuading his audience that the company is a major player in the artificial intelligence space.

Adding artificial intelligence to Apple products has been going on for years, but the corporation still lacks a comprehensive plan and hasn’t embraced the ChatGPT-style generative AI that emerged in late 2022 and captured the attention of the globe.

Rival businesses Meanwhile, Google and Microsoft have been releasing goods quickly, allowing them to overtake Apple as the largest companies in the world by stock price, along with artificial intelligence chipmaker NVIDIA.

Since the AI craze started, Apple’s stock has fluctuated a lot.

Nonetheless, a few analysts believe that Monday’s statements mark the start of a new era for the maker of the iPhone.

Despite the company’s lack of communication on the subject, Forrester analyst Dipanjan Chatterjee predicted that Apple will pass the artificial intelligence Rubicon on June 10.

It is anticipated that the announcements would focus on the iOS 18 update for Apple’s iPhone operating system, with a significant emphasis on artificial intelligence.

The tech industry in Silicon Valley is convinced that generative AI will revolutionize how people interact with their computers and cellphones. Silicon Valley is sure that this will happen even if the technology is still in its early phases and the benefits are not totally evident.

Furthermore, there have been numerous reports circulating that a “flagship” OpenAI arrangement will entail the creation of an exclusive chatbot for iPhone users in addition to an upgrade to the much-maligned Siri program.

Senior analyst Daniel Ives of Wedbush Securities thinks that these developments will help the company experience “a renaissance of growth” and will set the stage for the iPhone 16’s anticipated release later this year.

Carolina Milanesi, an analyst at Creative Strategies, thinks that the artificial intelligence will probably concentrate on the smooth integration of Apple’s services and goods. This is due to the fact that sales of iPhones account for the majority of Apple’s revenue.

“At the end of the day, Apple wants to motivate people to upgrade their iPhones,” said Milanesi.

“Let’s see if Apple gives them a good reason to do so.”

“The Litmus test”

The WWDC announcements, in the opinion of Emarketer senior analyst Gadjo Sevilla, will serve as a “litmus test” for Apple’s capacity to integrate ChatGPT-like generative artificial intelligence into all of its goods and services.

At this point, every error commits could endanger its standing as the industry leader in technology. This is especially true given that is presently positioned between two of the biggest names in artificial intelligence, both of which have release schedules that extend into the next two years and tangible goods.

With the addition of more potent and AI-ready CPUs to the most recent iPad and MacBook models, Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted at his commitment to artificial intelligence at the beginning of this year.

Analysts, on the other hand, think that biggest obstacle is integrating technology into its products without jeopardizing consumers’ security and privacy, two things the firm actively promotes.

The format of ChatGPT Apple plans to fight the struggle against artificial intelligence with caution, even as it maintains its standard approach to data protection. Data is the insatiable food source for AI.

Sevilla claims that Apple might lose ground to or lag behind other businesses that are developing quickly if it were to exercise undue control over an artificial intelligence environment.

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