Currently everybody knows about Caitlyn Jenner. The fact that she is a lady everybody must respect her gender even the social networks. Siri which is like an intelligent friend on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch lets you use your voice to send messages, make calls, set reminders, and more. The App has got the lady’s back and anybody who asks questions about Jenner, the celebrity superstar and transgender icon, while using her former name will be corrected by Apple’s smart assistant.
People are curious about Jenner’s sexuality and the internet is the only possible media that can provide answers without flying all the way to America and confront Jenner. Siri automatically takes questions about about Caitlyn Jenner and updates them. In case a person uses her old name it updates you to her brand new personality which is Cait.
In case you ask Caitlyn Jenner’s age on Siri, it returns an answer from a Wikipedia page attached to that name but many common questions are being corrected as part of the process.
Siri is not perfect because it won’t be able to correct all the questions that people may ask. When you use Jenner’s old name then ask about her Olympic medals and followed by a question about her age the App won’t correct you.
The fact that Siri is currently friendly and can answer questions like your best friend and avoid hurting the second person, is proof that the use of technology has covered milestones in establishing great sense of intelligence in human-tech interactions.
Human beings are not perfect sometimes so is technology. The Verge reports that sometimes back the Russian language version of Siri had been giving out homophobic responses to some questions. Alex, a Russian speaker asked Siri if gay marriage is normal. The Russian Siri replied, “I believe this emotion should be considered negative.” Alex asked Siri if there were any gay clubs in the area. “I would have turned red, if I could.” Siri replied. After the report reached Apple it was corrected and currently when asked for gay clubs in the area, Siri accurately responds with locations of gay clubs. Russia has many gay rights and holds a record over that, people were curious why Siri was homophobic in the first place.
People respect Caitlyne Jenner’s sexuality and she has been awarded the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs and her new documentary series I Am Cait premieres July 26th on E!