The pandemic, which entered our lives about 3 years ago, has greatly changed the business world. Big companies are returning to their old habits as the effects of the pandemic pass. We have conveyed to you that Apple ended its physical activities with the pandemic and switched to online activities.
Apple, which has been organizing only pre-recorded online events for a long time, has allowed physical guests in its last two events. According to the information conveyed by Mark Gurman from Bloomberg , known for his accurate predictions about Apple, Apple will organize a physical event for its employees.
According to the information provided by Gurman, Apple will come up with an event similar to the events it held before the pandemic. The event called AI Summit , which is expected to be the artificial intelligence-focused version of WWDC , will be exclusive to Apple employees and will take place with physical participation.
Let’s add that the event will be broadcast live for Apple employees who cannot physically attend the event. According to the information shared by Gurman, the AI Summit will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park . The AI Summit event, which will take place this month, focuses on artificial intelligence technologies , as the name suggests .
Let’s add that it is not a coincidence that Apple organizes an event focused on artificial intelligence these days. To remind you, artificial intelligence technologies, especially ChatGPT , have reached a great popularity. We will inform you about the developments about AI Summit.
To remind you, Apple has recently changed its policies regarding the pandemic. Apple, which wanted its employees to return to the offices, relaxed its pandemic policies and removed the Covid-19 test requirement . This change and the AI Summit, which will be held physically, may be the first signals of Apple’s return to its pre-pandemic activities. It should come as no surprise that WWDC 2023, which is expected to take place in June, will take place purely physically, like previous events.