Apple is looking for employees with great knowledge of Polish to work with Siri

Siri in Polish is a dream of many people that may come true. It turns out that Apple is looking for people with Polish to work in the European headquarters in Cork.

As the website informs ThinkApple, the following job offer appeared on the Apple website a few days ago – Siri Annotation Analyst – requiring excellent knowledge of the Polish language. Interested persons must have an excellent understanding of grammar and the ability to actively listen with the ability to understand verbal nuances in the Polish dialect, including varieties occurring in various Polish voivodeships and regions. It is also very important to have a very high level of English, both spoken and written.

It is worth recalling that in February, Apple was looking for database specialists to work in Poland to join the team working at Siri.

There are many indications that Apple is working on the Polish version of Siri and it is very likely that the work is at a fairly advanced level. Perhaps next year, with the premiere of new systems, the American manufacturer will surprise users of equipment with a bitten apple.

Let me know in the comments if you would like Apple to introduce Siri in Polish.

Source: Apple


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