Bryan and Jeff go inside Apple’s annual shareholder meeting, and talk about the things that seemed to get Tim Cook excited. A listener also calls them out for being hypocrites on ad profiling, and they talk about how Apple’s new HomePod isn’t a home wiretap.
The facial data is put through a neural network trained to map facial data to emotions.
That’s a pretty serious allegation, saying a single browser is going to sabotage the economic infrastructure of the internet.
Aside from ARKit, another API that Apple released to developers this summer is a Vision API which can “identify faces, detect features, and classify scenes in images and video.”
Verizon isn’t disclosing how much each reward costs, so it might take a lot of money before you can get useful rewards, at 1 credit for every US$300 you spend.
News publishers will be able to use their own ad tools, including Google’s Doubleclick.
Apple and Verizon have struck separate deals with Saturday Night Live for that show’s creative team to create commercials for the companies. The spots will run during SNL itself later in April, with Apple having committed to buying at least one spot.