Apple’s personal assistant Siri that was introduced almost 6 years back in the iOS 5, has been able to rescue a teen girl from the severe Hurricane Harvey flood. Just a pair calls to the coast guard through this Siri and the family of that girl were rescued efficiently.
That horrible Hurricane Harvey flood in Texas left almost everyone stranded while the family of Tyler was not an exception to that.
Tyler Frank, the 14-year-old girl was suffering from sickle cell anemia and she had a high fever along with pain on that terrific night of the flood. She lives with her mother and three brothers. On the early morning of August 27th, they all woke up to find that the Hurricane Harvey Flood water was encroaching upon their home. They all moved to the rooftop and tried to call 911 for help. But it was unsuccessful.
However, they also tried to use Facebook, Instagram and other similar networking sites for help but nothing worked out. And then finally Tyler launched Siri to say ‘Call the coast guard‘.
The next day morning a helicopter arrived their area but it was to rescue only the elderly people first. The girl then again used Siri to call the coast guard and next day morning on August 29th another helicopter arrived at their rescue. Tyler Frank along with her family was shifted to the Texas Children’s Hospital. However, now she is alright and is being released from the hospital.
So, we must say that Apple’s Siri is now able to save lives as well along with helping us accomplishing other tasks. While it was introduced in 2011, the features and ability were limited but the Cupertino based tech giant now made it work like a robot by integrating numerous exciting features in it.
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