Apple Acquires a Small Indian Machine Learning Startup

Apple appears to be on a machine learning company buying spree. After buying Perceptio at the end of 2015 and Turi just a few months ago, Apple has now acquired an India/US-based machine learning team, Tuplejump, reports TechCrunch. Earlier this year, Apple announced that they’ll be opening a new Maps development office in Hyderabad India. Tuplejump is also located in Hyderabad showing Apple’s commitment to the Indian market. At present, the Tuplejump website is no longer reachable with a Google search, another sign that the company has been acquired.   In the big picture it’s a rather small acquisition for Apple. The startup only had a handful of employees led by CEO Rohit Rai. For more on this see the TechCrunch report here. About Making Comments on our Site: Patently…


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