Apple Shops Third Apple Machine Learning in Two Years

Apple is benchmarking its capability in terms of data and machine learning. This is confirmed after the giant tech company brought TupleJump, an India/U.S.-based startup machine learning that specializes in the latter’s technology. In 2015, the company brought Perceptio and just few months ago, Turi. TupleJump in its website prior to Apple’s acquisition says, “A few years ago people realised that the volume of data that businesses generate was becoming unwieldy. A new set of technologies to handle these huge amounts of data cropped up. We were one of the early adopters of these big data technologies. Having helped Fortune 500 companies adopt these technologies we quickly realised how complicated they were and how much simpler they could get.” This new action from Apple stems from its eagerness to stay…


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