USA: an application imitates Dj Arafat

In the United States, the voice command computer application that includes verbal instructions given by users and responds to their queries, acknowledged Dj Arafat and also played one of his songs on instruction from an african user.

Dj Arafat has passed away, but his works remain engraved in the annals of the world and immortalize him forever. Like the popular china, which cannot forget the former king of the Yorogang, a computer application also remembers the works of “daishi“. In fact, in a video posted on the networks, the computer voice command application that includes verbal instructions given by users and responds to their queries, called “Siri“, acknowledged Dj Arafat. “Siri followed the instructions of a user in a shopping mall and played a song by Dj Arafat: “Siri, plays a song by Dj Arafat” launched the user to Siri who replies: “Dj Arafat? OK listen” before starting by playing the song “8500 volts apache” of the Ivorian star.

Ask Siri “if Dj Arafat is dead too and we’ll see his answer right now,” commented one user.

Developed by the American company Apple and described as a smart personal assistant; Siri was presented to the press on October 4, 2011.

Dj Arafat died on monday 12, August 2019 in Abidjan following a motorcycle accident at the age of 33. He was buried in Williamsvill Cemetery in saturday  morning of 31 august 2019.

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