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Apple WWDC 2016

Apple kicks off its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco with an opening keynote on Monday, June 13. Expect news on the new versions of iOS 10, Mac OS X, Apple Watch and Apple TV software.

  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 5:59:11 PM
    No. 4 is Photos
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 5:59:15 PM
    QuickType keyboard intelligence kind of its own type of smart AI. Almost like a Siri...?
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 5:59:20 PM
    "We love capturing so much of our lives on our cameras."
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 5:59:37 PM
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 5:59:39 PM
    "With iCloud Photo library we have those with us across all of our devices. Places lets you see all of your photos on a map"
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 5:59:46 PM
    "Big news is photos this year is advanced computer vision."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 5:59:58 PM
    "Facial recognition to the iPhone. All done locally on the device."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:00:07 PM
    "Can get all of your most improtant people built into people albums for you."
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:00:07 PM
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:00:19 PM
    "We're applying the same kind of tech with deep learning to object & scene recognition as well."
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:00:20 PM
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:00:25 PM
    Computer Vision comes to photos...facial recognition, done on-device. (not cloud). "privacy protected." Also objects, scenes. Google Photos-esque.
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:00:32 PM
    "Able to detect there's a horse, water, mountain. Can do powerful searching on device."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:00:36 PM
    A slide: Memories.
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:00:44 PM
    (digital memories fascinate me)
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:00:47 PM
    "Not just finding the photo you're looking for but being reminded serendipitiously about a memory."
  • Connie Guglielmo 6/13/2016 6:01:22 PM
    The AI moment has arrived. We have Advanced Computer Vision deep learning tech for object & scene recognition, Siri on your Mac for ordering a Lyft, finding you movie tickets. Yep -- he said it -- "advanced artificial intelligence."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:01:25 PM
    "Cluster together photos and relate them based on people, scenes. Can spot trips that might be improtant to you. Can figure out want to see a highlight reel of the last weekend or year and can bring those forward at the right time."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:01:31 PM
    Topics like "on the water"
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:01:32 PM
    Apple promises to bring up memories that will be relevant any given moment, via photos and people. Hmm. Served up in what way, I wonder?
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:01:46 PM
    "Pull into an intuitive user interface that make this so engaging"
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:01:57 PM
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:01:58 PM
    "Let's take a look at photos. New tab called Memories."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:39:03 PM
    This is all completely bonkers
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:39:23 PM
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:39:28 PM
    "All of this is available to you on your iPad as well. Mac and Apple Watch and receive content."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:39:37 PM
    Can someone laser-confetti me some samosas?
  • Rich Brown 6/13/2016 6:39:43 PM
    I will pay a fair sum for a "block iMessage app" feature.
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:39:47 PM
    "There's so much more we can't talk about now. Like Notes collaboration. Can work live with multiple people in the same note."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:40:00 PM
    "Live Photos editing. With digital video image stabilization. Editable now as well."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:40:04 PM
    Live Photos can be edited.
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:40:11 PM
    "Split view in Safari on iPad. Can put two websites side by side."
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:40:23 PM
    "iOS 10 is a fantastic release for users. Also a gigantic release for developers."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:40:28 PM
    Safari gets Split View on iPad. I've needed that since last fall
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:40:39 PM
    (what about other iPad updates?)
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:40:44 PM
    Now talking about privacy.
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:40:50 PM
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:40:55 PM
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:40:58 PM
    "In every feature we do, we carefully consider how to protect your privacy. ... make sure we use end to end encryption by default."
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:41:00 PM
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:41:09 PM
    Privacy time. So far, today, all the deep learning stuff has been on-device.
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:41:16 PM
    "When it comes to peforming advanced, deep learning ... doing it on device. Keeping your personal data under your control."
  • Scott Stein 6/13/2016 6:41:22 PM
    For photos, at least
  • Shara Tibken 6/13/2016 6:41:31 PM
    "When do searches on the internet ... we don't build user profiles."
  • Tyler Lizenby 6/13/2016 6:41:37 PM
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