Apple has acquired Turi, a machine learning and AI startup

By: Tech Desk | Published:August 8, 2016 1:01 pm Apple has acquired a machine learning and AI startup called Turi. (Source: AP) Apple has acquired a machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) startup called Turi, which is based in Seattle, according to reports. Apple on its part has not commented on the deal, and its statement only said the company does make these acquisitions from time to time, which is the standard Cupertino-line on such report. The deal was first reported by GeekWire, which said Apple is paying close to $200 million for the company. According to a report on ReCode, Turi was earlier known as both GraphLab and Dato, and is used by companies like Pandora used to power recommendations. The company was founded was Carlos Guestrin, a University…


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