"I don't see any abortion clinics. Sorry about that."

“Siri, the iPhone 4S voice-activated ‘assistant,’ is being accused of wanting to prevent abortions by giving obscure answers to users searching for abortion clinics, leading to speculation that Steve Jobs, who confessed he was glad to not have been a victim of abortion, might have intentionally made the programing ‘glitch.’”
Is the iPhone’s ‘Siri’ Really Trying to Prevent Abortions?

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Dick Dayton's picture

As I read Time magazine's article about Steve Jobs after his death, it showed a complicated spiritual path, with a focus upon Eastern religious influences. While we should appreciate anyone who is pro life, we must be careful not to go overboard approving of other aspects of their belief system.

Dick Dayton

Shaynus's picture

Apple acquired another company to handle the question/answer software behind Siri. It's jumping to conclusions to attach intentionality to Apple.