Apple Acquires AI Startup Tuplejump

The Apple logo hangs on the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue, in New York City.(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Apple has acquired the Indian startup Tuplejump. This is the fourth machine learning company acquired by the high-tech giant over a one year period. Advertisement Apple Buys Tuplejump Tuplejump’s takeover by Apple actually happened in June but went unnoticed until now, according to Bloomberg. Tuplejump founder Rohit Rai is not living in Seattle, where Turi is located and he began working for Apple in May. Among Tuplejump’s dozen workers, many were already based on the U.S. west coast. According to Tech Crunch, an Apple spokesperson said that the company usually acquires smaller technology companies from time to time without discussing its plans and purpose. Apple’s exact motivation and details about the current…

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