MacRumors the other day uncovered a slew of new task listings on Apple’s internet site which recommends that the company has its eyes established on broadening the list of languages sustained by Siri.

The open work positions call for Siri Language Engineers and were uploaded on Apple’s work board about 2 weeks earlier.

The work description reads in part:

Come and sign up with the team that educates Siri the best ways to understand and talk brand-new languages. We are an extremely unique and enthusiastic team devoted to introducing the future of smart assistants to the world. We are seeking a very motivated designer, specialist in foreign languages and with solid software program advancement abilities to join our group.

The Siri team is particularly looking for people with competence in the adhering to languages: Thai, Turkish, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Norwegian and Arabic. What’s more, Apple is also planning to harden Siri’s existing language abilities with job openings for language designers who speak Australian and British English, Cantonese, and Japanese.

As it stands now, Siri can understand and talk various languages of English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Canadian French, Chinese, Cantonese, Italian and Korean.

It continues to be to be viewed merely when brand-new language assistance for Siri will be presented, yet in the meanwhile, Siri fans could get thrilled for enhanced Siri functionality in iOS 8.

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