“Apple has unveiled the latest additions to its ARKit tookit at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference
will enable the camera to recognize people who are present in a scene and place virtual content behind and in front of them, while the former gives apps the ability to track moving bodies.
RealityKit and RealityComposer appear to be the answer to that question. By shortening the learning curve, Apple will enable a larger population of developers to begin creating their own AR experiences.
To demonstrate ARKit 3.0, Apple brought Mojang, the publisher of Minecraft and subsidiary of Microsoft, to show off the first live demonstration of Minecraft Earth.”
“Apple listed John Giannandrea on the site as its first Chief of Machine Learning and AI Strategy. He’s in charge of AI and machine learning, a potent type of AI software, across the whole company.
Prior to Apple, Giannandrea was a top AI executive at Alphabet’s Google. He joins Apple after several years of complaints about the reliability of the Siri voice service, which has become an increasingly important product for Apple given rival offerings like Amazon.com Inc.’s Alexa and the Google Assistant.”
“Goodfellow is known for inventing a form of machine learning training algorithms called generative adversarial networks (GANs). GANs are effectively two AI systems that are pitted against each other. Working against each other, they both improve.”