Siri, Apple’spersonal assistant,will now be able to answer questions about the election staking in the United States. At this point, siri will not answer questions about who he should choose from, but can share information such as current rates when voting counts. Let’s also note that the new feature announced today is part of apple news’s 2020 election coverage, which includes a range of news, resources and data from a variety of sources to serve users on a political basis.
With Siri integration added to Apple News, you will be able to ask the assistant questions that require both general information and real-time information. Siri, for example, may be asked questions with a specific answer, such as“When is the election in California?”or a variable answer, such as “Who wins elections in Iowa?” In addition to visually presenting the information, Siri will also say the answer to the question, which makes the feature useful in terms of accessibility.
Apple says the live results were released via The Associated Press. The company is also using the Associated Press’s real-time results on apple news to provide detailed results. In addition, results can be tracked simultaneously on the map for each state.
As in previous years, Apple’s news coverage team is collaborating with some broadcasters in the 2020 elections in the United States. Apple is working this year with ABC News, CBS News, CNN, FiveThirtyEight, Fox News, NBC News, ProPublica, Reuters, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, TIME, USA Today.
At Apple News, readers will be able to learn about candidates and their positions; they will also be able to follow discussions and election moments. Let’s also note that the feature is still in the process of spreading and has not yet been fully activated for all users in the United States. However, let’s also remember that positive results have been obtained from the tests.