Apple needs about 4 years to compete with Google search service

According to the Pocket-lint website, Apple needs at least 4 years to be able to compete with Google's search service.

BingMag.com Apple needs about 4 years to compete with Google search service

According to the Pocket-lint website, Apple needs at least 4 years to be able to compete with Google's search service.

According to recently published reports, it seems that a series of engineers who worked at Laserlike have left this company and returned to Google. Laserlike is a startup founded by Google engineers and focused on artificial intelligence news. Of course, this startup has been working under Apple's supervision for several years now so that the company can improve its performance in the field of artificial intelligence. Apple even hired another Google engineer, John Giandrea, for this purpose.

What we know about this is that Apple bought this startup in 2018 and its co-founder He was assigned the title of the leader of the search team that has at least 200 employees. The team was supposed to work on areas such as Spotlight and the voice assistant Siri, but now it is known that its leader has returned to Google to work as the company's vice president of engineering. Another series of people such as Steven Baker and Anand Shukla, who are considered to be the founders of the mentioned startup, left this team and joined Google after the departure of the leader of the search team.

Losing such powerful talents. which could help Apple in reaching its goal, has caused this American company to be in a weak position in its plan. Especially when it is rumored that this company wants to compete with Google in the search service field. At least this is not happening now. According to Pocket-lint and quoting an unnamed source, apparently Apple will need at least 4 years to develop and launch a service to compete with Google Search. Also, this company should increase the research budget in this field. On the other hand, hiring Microsoft Bing or something similar can help Apple achieve what it wants. Every year, it pays Apple $12 billion to make its search service the default service on iPhones around the world. Most likely, Apple wants to use this opportunity to generate income by launching a similar service.

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