Apple is actively seeking talented individuals in generative AI and has posted job ads on its career page.
The job ads started appearing on April 27, with recent ones published earlier this week.
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, expressed interest in generative AI but emphasized a deliberate and thoughtful approach.
Apple has restricted the use of external generative AI tools due to concerns about data leakage.
These restrictions are not exclusive to Apple and are implemented by several companies in various sectors.
Apple is working on its own generative AI products and hiring more experts in the field could support these endeavors.
The job openings are available in teams located in San Diego, the Bay Area, and Seattle.
Some roles focus on visual generative AI applications, including computational photography, image and video editing, 3D shape and motion reconstruction, and avatar generation.
Apple has a history of identifying and recruiting AI talent from other companies, startups, and academic labs.
Apple, along with Google and Amazon, has been perceived as falling behind in the latest wave of generative AI advancements, but the company is expected to bring its unique approach to catch up.