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In an interview with Popular Mechanics, Apple SVP Craig Federighi shared some tidbits on how Apple developed its 'Scribble' handwriting recognition feature for iPad.
iPadOS 14 lets users write on their device with an Apple Pencil and automatically turns that into typed text. To be able to reliably understand written text, Apple had to gather lots of data.
“When it comes to understanding [handwriting] strokes, we do data-gathering. We find people all over the world, and have them write things,” says Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple. “We give them a Pencil, and we have them write fast, we have them write slow, write at a tilt. All of this variation.”

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