Siri loses one of its main engineers, and Apple relies on an ex-employee-Youtube


Published on Jun 15, 2017


From Apple to Facebook, from Youtube to Apple, exchange of employees in Silicon Valley.

In recent times, Apple has undergone a few changes regarding his team because of drop-outs and new recruitments.

As shown on his Linkedin profile , Rushin Shah, one of the main engineers at Siri,he decided to migrate to Facebook.

After five years at Apple as a supervisor of the machine learning, Shah said he was thrilled to switch to the colossus of Palo Alto where he will work to AML , a system of understanding of the languages and dialogues natural.

After 5 extraordinary years to Siri, I decided to continue. I started today to Facebook AML, where I will be working on understanding natural language and dialogue.

I had the good fortune to work on Siri in problems incredibly exciting, hard and challenging, and I had the honor to work and learn from a ton of terrible people; I can Not express how grateful I am for this. But the time has come for a new challenge, and are incredibly excited to become part of the AML, and work with the people stellar there and elsewhere on Facebook, and for the opportunity to work on a variety of products that have an impact of over one billion users any day :)

Apple in the meantime took an ex-employee YouTube ,Vijay Karunamurthy, to improve the aspect of social and video, areas in which the company from cupertino seems to be quite concerned.

In the moment of its re-launch with Apple's HomePod and iOS11 due to the ever increasing competition from Google and Alexa, Amazon, Siri loses one of its main engineers. A vacuum that Apple will attempt to fill with the experience of Vijay Karunamurthy, who in his time has participated in the construction of the first versions of Youtube and the creation of a successful app on the food “Nom“.

Via | 9to5mac


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