For now, apple is focusing on how Siri can decide whether to respond based on what you seem to be interested in. Apple has previously applied for a patent, and the iPhone’s face ID camera can interpret your emotions when you ask Siri to do something. But according to a new Apple patent application, Siri will first determine whether you are looking at the device when you speak. < / P > < p > Apple said in its patent that the process involves using data from one or more sensors of an electronic device to determine whether one or more criteria representing the user’s lack of interest are met. Judging that & quot; is not interested & quot; involves when Siri should take you seriously or not. For example, one of the key ways to determine if you’re interested is to have the device’s camera look to detect your gaze. < / P > < p > if you look directly at the device while activating Siri, the iPhone can be sure that you mean to call it, and then you have to say a command. However, you’re likely to say & quot; hey, Siri & quot; and be distracted instantly by people or things around you. Therefore, the patent application discusses the reasonable length of time when paying attention to users’ attention. Apple calls it the contact characteristic strength;. < / P > < p > the patent application avoids specifying the actual duration of this intensity, preferring to say that it varies according to circumstances. The application spent less time on how long the device should wait, and more on how to assess intent or not interested. The criteria you’re not interested in include the use of many different sensors. For example, a device’s accelerometer can tell if you’re putting the device down or picking it up. The system can also determine if you have the device face down on the surface. Similarly, if your hand covers the display, maybe when you’re carrying it, the front light sensor can tell. < / P > < p > the same sensors can also help equipment identify whether it is in an enclosed space. For example, if you put your iPhone in your pocket or bag, you’re less likely to call Siri. It’s not just to reduce the number of phrases like & quot; hey, Siri, & quot; but apple is also looking at how to maximize the performance of its devices. Power is needed to operate a digital assistant, which is a limited resource on a battery dependent handheld or portable device, so if your iPhone can quickly know that you’re not calling Siri, it doesn’t have to activate it pointlessly to save power on the device. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen