Why These Artificial Intelligence Startups Joined Salesforce, Amazon, and Uber

Say you’re a giant company that’s heard about a fancy “new” technology called artificial intelligence and you’re interested in adding some cutting-edge data crunching muscle to your business. Contrary to what the artificial intelligence-hype cycle might suggest, just adding popular buzzwords like “machine learning” to your vernacular isn’t as easy as hooking a smartphone to a laptop. At the Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence conference this week put on by the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, several founders behind artificial intelligence startups that have been acquired by industry heavyweights like Salesforce.com crm , Uber, and Amazon amzn shared lessons they’ve learned since joining the big-time corporate world. Get Data Sheet, Fortune’s technology newsletter. Richard Socher, the founder of the A.I. startup MetaMind that was…


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