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|28th January 2014, 08:12||#1|
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Google needs British Intelligence
Search engine outfit Google is to write a $500 million cheque for the London-based artificial intelligence company DeepMind.
According to ReCode.net, Google has been scrapping with Facebook in an attempt to take control of the outfit. Google’s win means that it can compete against other major tech companies as they all try to gain business advantages by focusing on deep learning.
Facebook recently hired NYU Professor Yann LeCunn to lead its new artificial intelligence lab, IBM’s Watson supercomputer is now working on deep learning, and Yahoo recently acquired photo analysis startup LookFlow to lead its new deep learning group.
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