Our Sunday Report Covers Apple's 'Core ML' Trademark Filing & the WWDC Session on this Important Framework
Earlier this week Apple Legal filed for the 'Core ML' trademark in London, England. Apple introduced 'Core ML' (Machine Learning) at this year's WWDC event in June. Apple's Gaurav Kapoor was the engineer who gave the session on Apple's Machine Learning as presented in the video below.
Apple's Core Machine learning is a key developer framework for Apple developers going forward because it now applies across Apple products including Siri, Camera and QuickType. Developers are also able to build computer vision learning features into their apps. Features include face tracking, face detection, landmarks, text detection, rectangle detection, barcode detection, object tracking, and image registration. It delivers blazingly fast performance with easy integration of machine learning models enabling developers to build apps with intelligent new features using just a few lines of code. Developers can get more information and support on Core ML here.
Apple's Euro Trademark Application In-Part for 'Core ML'
Apple filed their trademark under International Classes 9, 41 and 42 and the full coverage from Apple legal is noted in full below:
9: "Smartwatches; smartglasses; smart rings; wearable activity trackers; connected bracelets [measuring instruments]; electronic book readers; application development software; computer software used in developing other software applications; computer game software; downloadable pre-recorded audio, video and multimedia content; computer operating programs, recorded; electronic publications, downloadable; biometric identification and authentication apparatus; accelerometers; altimeters; distance measuring apparatus; distance recording apparatus; pedometers; pressure measuring apparatus; pressure indicators; virtual and augmented reality displays, goggles, controllers, and headsets; 3D spectacles; eyeglasses; sunglasses; spectacle lenses; optical glass; optical goods; optical apparatus and instruments; cameras; flashes for cameras; sound recording and reproducing apparatus; digital audio and video players and recorders; audio speakers; audio amplifiers and receivers; motor vehicle audio apparatus; voice recording and voice recognition apparatus; earphones; headphones; microphones; televisions; television receivers and monitors; set top boxes; radios; radio transmitters and receivers; user interfaces for on-board motor vehicle computers and electronic devices, namely electronic control panels, monitors, touchscreens, remote controls, docking stations, connectors, switches, and voice-activated controls; global positioning systems (GPS devices); navigational instruments; navigation apparatus for vehicles [on-board computers]; computer chips; batteries; battery chargers; interfaces for computers, computer screens, mobile telephones, mobile electronic devices, wearable electronic devices, smartwatches, smartglasses, televisions, set top boxes, and audio and video players and recorders; protective films adapted for computer screens, mobile telephone screens, and smartwatch screens; covers, bags, cases, sleeves, straps and lanyards for computers, mobile telephones, mobile electronic devices, wearable electronic devices, smartwatches, smartglasses, earphones, headphones, set top boxes, and audio and video players and recorders; selfie sticks; chargers for electronic cigarettes; electronic collars to train animals; electronic agendas; apparatus to check stamping mail; cash registers; mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; dictating machines; hemline markers; voting machines; electronic tags for goods; facsimile machines; electronic notice boards; wafers [silicon slices]; integrated circuits; amplifiers; fluorescent screens; remote controls; lights conducting filaments [optical fibers]; electric installations for the remote control of industrial operations; and radiological apparatus for industrial purposes.
41: Education, training, classes, workshops, tutorials, and conferences in the field of computer programming and computer software development, distributing related course materials, and providing and publishing online and electronic publications and providing online library services in the field of computer programming and computer software development; providing online electronic publications, not downloadable.
42: Design and development of computer hardware and software; computer hardware and software consulting services; support and consultation services for developing computer systems, databases and applications; providing computer hardware or software information online.
Apple also filed for the Super Retina trademark in Europe under number 017233198. Apple first filed for the Super Retina trademark in the US as reported on earlier this month. This is what Apple is calling their first OLED display for iPhone X.