Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak spoke to The Times Union this week during a visit to a horse farm in upstate New York. (He got to meet Woz, a horse named after him. Cute!)
Eventually, the conversation shifted to Siri, Apple's voice-controlled assistant on the iPhone 4S.
Wozniak says he was a big fan of Siri before Apple bought the company and made it a native app on the iPhone. (Before the iPhone 4S launch, anyone could download Siri from the App Store.)
But Wozniak says Siri got a lot dumber, not smarter, since Apple's purchase. He gives a few examples in the video. Check it out: