Apple is reportedly developing a voice recognition technology for Siri. Through a team that was formed recently, Apple seems to want to remove the dependency from Nuance.
As a reminder, Nuance Communications is a multinational software maker based in Boston, USA. The company makes software used by voice recognition Siri. Later revealed that the two researchers, Nuance has now joined Apple.
Reporting from Xconomy, which was formed in Boston team consists of former employees of Nuance Gunnar Evermann with experience in developing voice recognition technology, then Larry Gillick, who served as “Chief Scientlist Speech” in Apple Siri, and Don McAllestar a former employee who is now Nuance served as “Senior Reseach Scientist” at Apple. There are also several other former employees who now joins Nuance with Apple but are not based in Boston, including Caroline Labrecque and Rongqing Huang.