Apple Hires Generative AI Engineers

In the first three weeks of May alone, Apple added 28 new AI-focused jobs to seek senior engineers, researchers, project managers, and more.

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Looking at the big picture, the company says it expects generative AI to “transform Apple’s mobile computing platforms.” As discovered by TechCrunch, Apple has stepped up open roles in AI in recent weeks. While Apple always and will always have a number of open AI jobs given the size of the company, adding 28 new AI-related applications in the past 19 days, some of which specifically mention “generative AI“, is noteworthy.

Overall, there are currently 88 open jobs at Apple with “AI” in the title, many of them recently added. Most of the new AI jobs are for roles in Cupertino, but some are based in San Diego, Austin, Seattle and elsewhere.

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While CEO Tim Cook hasn’t shared any details about what Apple is working on next-generation AI, he recently said that generative AI “is certainly very exciting.” The CEO went on to say that when it comes to technology like ChatGPT, there are “a number of problems that need to be addressed,” but concluded that he’s excited about AI, adding that Apple sees AI as “huge” and will continue to invest in related technologies for its products.

In particular, Apple is testing new natural language generation functionality for Sirthe latest job postings include roles that align with these projects.

One of the announcements reads:

Are you excited about Generative AI? Are you excited about how the latest advances in this field could transform the way people communicate, create, connect and consume media? Now imagine working to make that vision a reality on the beloved mobile platforms used by billions of people. This is an opportunity to join a dedicated core group in Apple’s Intelligent System Experience organization, a group that will shape how AI technologies transform Apple’s mobile computing platforms.

As for why Apple has banned some employees from using ChatGPT and other similar AI tools, security and privacy are the main reasons. Apple doesn’t want any proprietary information compromised by third-party tools.


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