What Happens When 2 Siris Talk to One Another

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    Well, it had to be done. Two Siris talking to each other.
    The outcome could get someone fired. The actual back and forth starts about 23 seconds into the video.

    Update: Based on the antenna bands these are not 4S units. So, seems like it may have been staged/fake?

    Article Link: What Happens When 2 Siris Talk to One Another [Fake]
     
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    What did I just see?
     
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    What happens? I can't see the video at work.
     
  4. macrumors 6502

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    Either my eyes are failing me, or those are two GSM iPhone 4s…
     
  5. macrumors 68040

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    Silly, staged prank.

    If we scrape the barrel with this Siri stuff much more we'll hit concrete!
     
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    hhaaaa brilliant
     
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    Totally. It's pretty obvious that edited lines together from various attempts to make this funnier. Or try to. :) The audio quality of each phone changes noticeably between lines.
     
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    It could be more funnier for an edited fake.
     
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    chainprayer

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    siriously?
     
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    Now THAT is funny.
     
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    O dear....you didnt just do that lol
     
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    Hah, I hope that's fake; otherwise it highlights how random Siri's responses are.

    It reminds me of the time I noticed my Mac's screen would wake from sleep randomly and seem to start doing things. I eventually realised the problem was the Mac's speech recognition was replying to the TV. If someone on TV said "We don't have time..." the Mac would respond "It's 9:15".
     
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    I think getting Siri to talk to each other in reality would be a bit difficult, as while one is "thinking" the other will stop listening. So it would require a bit of manual effort.
     
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    A+ Reporting here, MacRumors. As usual. :rolleyes:
     
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    anyone who has used siri for more than 2 minutes could tell that was completely fake from the second line.
     
  16. macrumors 68000

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    Why would you point the screens at each other? It's like it's fake AND they don't even grasp the concept of where the mic and speakers are.
     
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    and the saddest part? two siri's talking to each other (ps. they can't) would be more entertaining than that video
     
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    it was obvi fake
     
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    If Siri had been voiced by GLaDOS, I would've upgraded.
     
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    It's clear that they are both iPhone 4. But either Siri is actually running on them or the editing is spectacular. You can see the screens reflecting one another and in some cases, when they show the screen, you can read waht Siri is saying.
     
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    Now that is funny :-D
     
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    Being able to choose different SIRI voices would have been a nice touch (without having to also choose which language it listens in.)

    I would like to have a british female voice recognizing american english. (My wife is british, it would be nice to pretend bossing her around)
     
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    Corbin052198

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    Since this one is fake, I just might try to make a real one. :D
     
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    Like this?
     
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    Uh...No

    My eyes are bleeding from the lameness. What a horrific waste of bandwidth.
     

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