Microsoft acquires Canadian start up 'Maluuba'

Global technology giant Microsoft has acquired a Canadian startup called Maluuba, a Toronto startup focused on using deep learning for natural language.

Founded by Sam Pasupalak and Kaheer Suleman from University of Waterloo, the vision of the company is to advance towards deep learning is an approach to artificial intelligence currently in vogue that has driven incredible gains in the field over the last five years.

Microsoft is very much impressed by the new company and ready to support t for a journey.

Executive Vice President of Microsoft said, "Maluuba is expertise in deep learning for question answering and decision making system will help us advance our strategy to democratize AI and to make it accessible and valuable to everyone- Consumers, businessmen and developers."


Jio will invest Rs.30,000cr to expand its coverage

Nokia to unveil Nokia8 at MWC event of February 2017

Goodbye DIY(Do It Yourself), hello DBO(Done by Optuno)


- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -