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  • Viv wants to make search engines obsolete
  • Viv wants to make search engines obsolete
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Viv wants to make search engines obsolete

The creators of Siri have unveiled their latest project – a self-learning, cross-platform AI assistant named Viv. Dubbed 'the intelligent interface for everything', it could mark the end of search engines’ dominance, potentially changing the way we interact with the world.

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