Since its launch in 2011, Siri has become increasingly intelligent, and can now hold basic two-way conversations with users. The feature uses anatural language user interface to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform actions by delegating requests to a set of Web services such as Wolfram Alpha.
Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant for the iPhone and iPad, has become a useful companion for many users wanting a shortcut to make calls, set alarms, playing voicemail and adjusting screen brightness.
Now Siri has been improved lot for new software update, iOS 7. It claims to be faster at answering questions and it checks more sources, such as Bing, Wikipedia and Twitter.
However, on the way, Siri has earned a reputation as a sarcastic, often sassy, companion, which is unlikely to abide rudeness or poor jokes.
As asking Siri how to divide zero by zero takes over the internet, which became an internet obsession, when its rambling answer to the maths problem ended by telling users: “And you are sad that you have no friends”.
Here are 06 more questions that might result in an unexpected answer.
Call Siri “Cortana”, the name of Microsoft’s virtual assistant, and it becomes even more cheesed off.
3. I’m drunk
An actual useful feature of Siri, telling it that you’ve had one too many means it will offer to call you a taxi.
4. Tell me a joke
This is another question that you can try a number of times with different answers. Sometimes, Siri doesn’t feel like telling jokes though.
5. Okay Glass…
This is the command used to alert Glass, Google’s augmented reality headset, which was taken off shelves earlier this year. Siri doesn’t take the joke too well.