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16 Feb, 2024
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According to a recent report by Bloomberg, Apple is intensifying efforts to incorporate artificial intelligence enhancements into its software suite, spotlighting developments in both Spotlight and Xcode.

Apple's ongoing development reportedly includes an AI-powered code completion tool for Xcode, aimed at improving developers' productivity. Similar to Microsoft's GitHub Copilot, this tool utilizes generative AI to predict and suggest strings of code, potentially streamlining the app development process.

Moreover, Apple is exploring the integration of generative AI features into consumer-facing products such as Spotlight search. This upgrade could enable users to interact with their devices more naturally, making inquiries and executing tasks through intuitive, conversational interactions.

The tech giant's recent progress in AI is evident: it has released an open-source machine learning framework called MLX, designed to train AI models on Apple's silicon chips. Apple has also introduced innovative AI tools such as MGIE for text-to-image editing and an AI animator called Keyframer.

While Apple has traditionally been more conservative in its approach to AI, recent statements from CEO Tim Cook suggest a commitment to further integrating generative AI across its product ecosystem. Sources revealed to Bloomberg that company executives demonstrated many of the artificial intelligence capabilities for Xcode to Apple's board of directors late last year.