Another complain from the Apple’s Siri app. A 12-year-old Briton Charlie Le Quesne was with his mother at a Tesco store in the UK when he grabbed a 4S for a demo. He questioned ‘how many people there were in the world’, the response was “I’m not sure what you said there, Shut the F**k Up, You Ugly T***.” shocking or hilarious?
The question was repeated twice to check whether it’s really faulty or it’s just the noise the app is grabbing from the surroundings, but the response was same both the times.
It is suspected that the phone settings have been tampered, and colloquial speech / obnoxious words are been instructed into the system, in place of the owner name. So as Siri addresses, it uses the name (from the contact list) been provided which is been bluffed.
Siri was found to be helping the blind and the elders who could not type, but if the personal assistant are treating you like this than they aren’t worth it. The phone has been sent to be diagnosed. Let’s see if Apple has any word to say over this issue. Let us know any of your experiences, comments regarding the article.
via [Yahoo! News]