Apple is looking to boost its AI capabilities by buying a Seattle start-up

Don’t Miss Latest News ©  Marek Weidlich 6 August 2016 Apple has snapped up a Seattle-based startup in an effort to get smarter about artificial intelligence – for just a mere $200 million… According to Recode, the company is buying Turi – an AI start-up  – which grew out of the GraphLab open-source project.  The Seattle based project is popular with companies such as Pandora, which use it’s software to power recommendations.  The collaboration seems to confirm the company’s interest in focusing on computer learning and artificial intelligence, such as it’s Siri personal assistant function. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Turi is expected to remain in Seattle and will be led by Carlos Guestrin, the Amazon professor of machine learning at the University of Washington. PREVIOUS ARTICLE Siri cheat sheet has everything you can ask it More from Tech Apple Apple TV update will add these…


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