It is not too long ago that Apple apologized for sending recorded Siri calls to third parties to better train their voice assistant, inadvertently distributing confidential information. Apple aims to fix this by releasing new sharing options in the beta version of the latest development.
While the voice recordings were anonymised, concerns were expressed that the data provided to these contractors would make the identification of the topics of conversation relatively easy, and therefore their private information, so that the program was stopped.
In the second developer beta for iOS 13.2, released today, Apple has addressed the issue by introducing an option to disable sharing of all recorded audio as well as the ability to Delete history.
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It also mentions that you can change this setting later in the privacy settings of your iPhone. Improvements screen.
The same screen displays the option to delete the Siri & Dictation history. This removes "interactions currently associated with this iPhone from Apple servers." However, it is also cautioned that "data sampled [already] to enhance Siri & Dictation will no longer be associated with this iPhone and will not be deleted." 19659002] As an added precaution, Apple relinquishes all use of third-party companies, limiting any human interaction with audio recordings to its internal employees and revising the type of data they have access to.
The latest beta version of iOS 13.2 is currently available only to developers. However, we assume that a public beta and a full rollout are not too far away.