How Applidium reverse engineered Siri’s protocol

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    Join Google+ Kenneth May is using Google+. Join Google+ to connect with the people who matter most. Kenneth May Kenneth May – Post date: 2011-11-16 – Public How Applidium reverse engineered Siri’s protocol French mobile development company Applidium has reverse engineered the protocol that the iPhone 4S uses to communicate with Siri’s servers. Applidium’s developers have published a brief technical explanation of the protocol and some sample code that demonstrates how to use the service to tap into Siri’s hosted speech-to-text conversion capabilities. Their research shows that much of the heavy lifting for Siri’s speech recognition is done on the server side—which suggests that it’s theoretica…

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