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15 Mar, 2024
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Apple has acquired DarwinAI, a company known for making deep neural networks smaller and more efficient.

The move, though not officially confirmed, suggests Apple's focus on improving on-device processing and prioritizing user privacy in its AI features.

DarwinAI's specialty optimizing deep neural networks for better efficiency complements Apple's commitment to privacy-focused AI. This acquisition precedes the expected launch of AI features in iOS 18, positioning Apple to offer better user experiences while respecting privacy.

Reports indicate that Apple has integrated many DarwinAI employees into its AI division.

This acquisition adds to Apple's recent moves in the AI space, including the purchase of WaveOne, known for video compression algorithms, and Mira, a company specializing in augmented reality headsets. With each acquisition, Apple strengthens its AI capabilities, aiming to lead in privacy-focused AI innovation.