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Deccan Chronicle (India) 08/25/2019 09:21
About a month ago, The Guardian revealed that Apple employees would regularly listen to and grade Siri recordings, which were meant to be confidential. This included medical information, drug deals and even recordings of couples having sex. Now a report by Irish Examiner reveals that the situation is much more severe at Apple. Whats’s going on at Apple? Globetech, Apple’s contractor was forced to abruptly terminate the contracts of about 300 employees. Consequentially, the remaining employees now had to listen in on about a 1,000 conversations per shift. However, neither Globetech nor Apple commented on the exact numbers. “Mostly it was users with Canadian, Australian or UK accents [who were heard] and there was a smaller team working on us.
An interesting point came up in a comment thread the other day and you might have missed it, so I’ll repeat it here. Dan Goldstein wrote to me: Many times I’ve heard you say people should improve the quality of their measurements. Have you considered that people may be quite close to the best quality […]
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