4 keys to Launching a Successful Business, according to this entrepreneur who sold Siri to Steve Jobs
When Adam Cheyer started working with computers back in the early 90s, he instinctively knew that the future would involve people interacting with the machines in a more natural way, through some combination of speech and graphic interfaces.
Over two decades, Cheyer built 50 versions of his Siri technology. But it wasn’t until the iPhone was released in 2007 that his team saw an imminent opportunity for others to use Siri in a way that would make them money.
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