Apple Buys Tuplejump Software to Boost Machine Learning

Tuplejump, which is based in India, was acquired by Apple in June, according to a report. Apple is apparently stocking up on machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies, having bought machine learning vendor Tuplejump Software in June for an undisclosed price. In August, Apple acquired artificial intelligence and machine learning startup Turi for about $200 million.The Tuplejump acquisition, which was reported in a Sept. 22 report by Bloomberg, was revealed by a person who is familiar with the deal, the story said. An Apple spokesman did not comment on the specific acquisition, as is the company’s longstanding practice.Tuplejump was founded in 2014, according to its LinkedIn page, and its data engineering platform unifies and optimizes workflows for engineers, analysts and data scientists through a modern visualization framework. The application is designed to…

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