Wall Street and Silicon Valley will be watching the company’s developers conference closely for signs of whether the iPhone maker can finally catch up on artificial intelligence.

Wall Street will be closely watching what Apple’s Tim Cook has to say today about artificial intelligence.Jim Wilson/The New York TimesApple tries to close the A.I. gap

Heading into Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, big questions are hanging over the tech giant, from muted sales for its Vision Pro headset to growing competition in China and regulatory scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic.

Those aren’t going away, but the focus at the event will be on what Tim Cook, Apple’s C.E.O., reveals about artificial intelligence — and whether the company can catch up to competitors.

Apple has lagged behind its rivals. The share prices of companies that are seen as A.I. leaders, like

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