More Seattle brainpower coming to artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is getting bigger and smarter right here in Seattle. The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, a sister company to Paul Allen’s Institute for Brain Science, plans to hire 25 people in the next year as it prepares to take its Aristo technology to the eighth grade, moving on from teaching it fourth-grade science. The company plans to take over about 6,000 additional square feet of space in its headquarters on North Northlake Way near Gas Works Park and grow its employee ranks, said CEO Oren Etzioni. Etzioni leads the small team of 50 with Chief Operating Officer James Allard, and the executives are preparing for a hiring binge. Most Read Stories Boeing job cuts this year could reach 10 percent Deadly Pioneer Square shooting may be drug-related As…


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