Apple provides details about its internal artificial intelligence tool

Apple provides details about its internal artificial intelligence tool

More than hardware and services, Apple has focused on developing increasingly specific tools that can manage a huge amount of data. Want an example? THE Overton, one framework used internally by Apple to “automate the life cycles of artificial intelligence systems”.

The Apple engineers told the VentureBeat that the framework supports multiple applications, helping them to process “trillions” of records and answer “billions” of queries in multiple languages. According to these researchers, Overton’s goal is to get developers to focus on more advanced tasks and leave the data analysis programming to the tool.

The focus is on helping developers to focus on higher-level tasks, rather than lower-level machine learning tasks. These people can create learning-based applications without writing any code. The Overton [pode] automate many of the traditional programming options, including the deep learning architecture, and allow the developer to build and monitor their application while helping with data manipulation.

More precisely, Overton performs, in a matter of seconds, data processing (used in AI tools, such as Crab), together with model tasks, which are nothing more than the actions that the system should perform with that data. Despite being an internal tool, the framework from Apple compiles information from many AI structures, such as TensorFlow (from Google), PyTorch (from Facebook) and Apple’s CoreML itself.

The tool is also imbued with some resources related to the UI, such as the Slicing – in addition to multitasking learning to predict which model a given action will use. So far, Overton has been quite valuable to Apple researchers, who have managed to reduce AI system errors by up to 3x.

In addition to Siri, Apple has also improved other features offered by its software by combining artificial intelligence and machine learning, such as the new iOS 13 detector capable of identifying dogs and cats in photos, among others.

via Apple World Today