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Former Apple’s Siri Chief Bill Stasior Is Now Going to Work For Microsoft’s AI Division

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Former Apple’s Siri Chief Bill Stasior Is Now Going to Work For Microsoft’s AI Division

A recent report from tech industry shows that Microsoft has decided to hire Apple’s Siri former chief Bill Stasior on a projector developing artificial intelligence. Bill Stasior before this new job was a part of Apple’s Siri and did a fantastic job according to some tech experts. However, he left the company earlier this year and now got hired by another tech giant Microsoft. This new hiring clearly shows Mcisofor is focusing more on upcoming technology like artificial intelligence and heavily investing in it. A few months ago, while releasing an annual report, Microsoft declared AI to its top priority list.

The tech giant added more working groups on AI projects and said they are trying to work on developing more of upcoming technologies. From last few years, Microsoft is continuously acquiring AI emerging startups, which will help them in many ways. The tech giant has acquired AI-based startups like Bonsai. Lobe and Semantic Machines in their recently. Diversification has always been vital of Microsoft, and under Nadella’s leadership, Microsoft has achieved a lot more than before. Stasior gave news of changing jobs by updating his job profile on his personal website. There he mentioned about his new work at Microsoft and said he would be happy to work along with Chief Technology Officer, David Scott.

Microsoft spokesperson already said that Stasior is going to help align different technology strategies across the company. Stasior got a good reputation and experience in the field of AI because he worked for Apple on such projects from 2012 till now. The expansion of Siri is quite tremendous for Apple, and now Microsoft would want the same thing happening for them. Stasior is going to play a critical role for Microsoft for developing AI-based technology.