Apple buys Seattle-based Machine Learning Company Turi for 0 Million

Apple has been on a mission in acquisition, and it has recently sealed another deal by adding the scalable machine learning platform, Turi, under its belt. According to the reports from GeekWire, a tech news website based in Seattle, Apple will shell out a sum of $200 Million for the Seattle-based startup that  offers tools that are meant to let developers easily scale machine learning applications. Turi’s services include GraphLab Create, Turi Distributed, and Turi Predictive Services. For now, the company is expected to remain in Seattle and operate from there. GeekWire says that reports of the closing of this deal have come confirmed from several sources close to the developments, but Apple has refused to put forward a comment specifically about the details of the matter, simply saying: “Apple buys smaller companies…


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