Microsoft Acquires AI Startup Maluuba

Tech Microsoft just acquired an AI startup called Maluuba that can outperform Google and Facebook. (Photo : Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Microsoft has acquired Canadian Montreal-based artificial intelligence (AI) startup Maluuba. Microsoft Acquires Maluuba Details about the acquisition have been posted on Maluuba’s company blog. Microsoft is expected to leverage the company’s expertise in natural language processing. Maluuba has been founded by University of Waterloo grads Sam Pasupalak and Kaheer Suleman. According to TechCrunch, they participated in 2012 San Francisco Startup Battlefield competition. Maluuba focuses on pursuing general artificial intelligence and building computers that can simulate the way people think. The Montreal-based company is using reinforcement learning and deep learning in order to increase the effectiveness and proficiency of computer-based systems that can make decisions and answer questions. According to a blog post by…

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