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Apple hires deep learning expert to make Siri smarter

Siri is about to get a lot smarter thank to Carnegie Mellon researcher Russ Salakhutdinov, who announced today that he is joining Apple to lead the company’s artificial intelligence efforts. Salakhutdinov said that he will also stay on as a professor at Carnegia Mellon University. But he is already looking to hire more research scientists […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through a
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