Macrumors reports that apple is recruiting a group of skilled Siri annotation analysts and has hinted at languages that will support more regional markets. Take the cork office in Ireland as an example. The company is recruiting people who are proficient in Ukrainian, Hungarian, Slovak, Czech, Croatian, Greek, Flemish and Romanian. In addition, thinkpapp points out that there are also polish, and the Singapore office is recruiting people who are proficient in Indonesian and Vietnamese. < / P > < p > as stated in the recruitment information, these annotation analysts need to listen to and transcribe abstracts of Siri’s conversations (transcribed audio files), and then assess the response quality of the service based on their own linguistic and cultural knowledge. Before this kind of work was mostly done by third-party contractors, but after causing a big stir in mid-2019, apple decided to transfer the work internally, but the majority of customers knew little about it. < / P > < p > it is reported that Apple has completely innovated its Siri rating program and added the option of “no more support for product improvement” for customers to clean up the voice content collected by apple. < / P > < p > in addition, Apple has not recruited workers who are proficient in local languages, which means that Siri services may be expanded to more market regions in the near future, and the translation app of IOS 14 is expected to receive similar expansion support. < / P > < p > finally, according to the official website list, Apple has provided Siri and translation services in 37 market regions. The supported languages include Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Arabic. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure