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After lagging behind Big Tech, Apple expected to kickstart AI efforts

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Big Tech, including Microsoft, OpenAI, and Meta Technology, has heavily invested in AI over the past year. Apple, the third most valuable tech company, is set to make a move into generative AI at its annual World Wide Developers Conference. CEO Tim Cook has hinted at Apple’s entry into Gen AI, catching up to its rivals in the AI race.

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