Apple buys Tuplejump, a machine learning startup

Apple has said it will be buying Tuplejump, which is said to be an Indo-US based machine learning startup. The startup builds software that specialises in processing and analysing big sets of data quickly. According to Bloomberg, it’s a Hyderabad-based company that Apple acquired in June. It has about a dozen employees, according to report. And, further adds that the founder Rohit Rai started working for Apple in May and is based in Seattle. According to Techcrunch, Apple stuck to its standard statement about how the company buys smaller companies from time to time. “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans,” Apple spokesman Colin Johnson told the news site. Apple is said to be particularly interested in an opensource project FiloDB…

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