Microsoft acquires Canadian startup for self-learning systems
Microsoft has the Canadian startup Maluuba acquired. That company focuses on self-learning systems, and in particular the technique for the recognizing and processing of information.
Microsoft wants artificial intellingentie more accessible and more valuable and, therefore, the Canadian company acquired, writes the company Friday in a blog post.
The techniques that Maluuba develops can ensure that computers that are created to give answers or make decisions work more efficiently and effectively.
Maluuba wants to ensure that computer systems are better aware of what they read or hear. They also want memory, logical reasoning, and the search of missing knowledge improve.
Microsoft has not disclosed how much it paid for the startup. Maluuba wants to have the expertise and resources available from Microsoft, can be used to improve the artificial intelligence.