Apple Adds Startup Turi To AI Arsenal, Pays 0M Sources Say

Apple has been lagging in the machine-learning industry for years thanks to disastrous decisions it has made in the past, and this has had a significant impact on their Siri smart assistance service. Trying to play catch-up, the iPhone maker just paid $200 million to acquire the Seattle-based artificial intelligence startup called “Turi.” Geekwire broke the story of Apple’s acquisition of “Turi” first, citing reliable sources who are familiar with the issue. Formerly known as “GraphLab” and “Dato” after that, “Turi” is a startup company that specializes in producing software that can gather a significant amount of data, analyze it and advise users appropriately. The site actually reached out to Apple to ask about their plans for their newly-bought asset. “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and…

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