Waterloo-based Maluuba partners with other AI…

Teaching machines to read isn’t the same as teaching a toddler. They don’t have the nuances of culture, idioms, tone and other social cues to understand what you’re writing about. But they’re getting there. Waterloo’s Maluuba is leading the way in teaching machines  to think, reason and communicate just like we do thanks to a growing research and learning lab in Montreal that is working on those types of common sense problems that could lead to the next breakthroughs in artificial intelligence. The company, founded in 2010 by University of Waterloo students at the school’s Velocity program, took another step towards that last week by releasing two sophisticated natural language understanding data sets. “Language is what defines human intelligence and lets us communicate with each other. It will help us…


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