Apple acquires Machine learning and AI start up Turi for 0 million

Apple has acquired a machine learning and artificial intelligence startup Turi for a sum of $200 million. Previously known as GraphLab and Dato, the Seattle-based company has been established by Carlos Guestrin, the Amazon professor of machine learning at the University of Washington. Turi was evolved from the GraphLab open-source project, which has been employed by companies such as Pandora to provide accurate recommendations. Commenting on the acquisition, Apple revealed that the company buys out smaller companies regularly. However, we do not discuss the real purpose or plans among other parties. The statement also added that Google will integrate compelling technologies into their upcoming products. While breaking the news, GeekWire, a Seattle-based tech news portal disclosed that the Cupertin0-based company will be paying $200 million to acquire Turi. However, there…

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