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Tom Siebel is Back! A Software Pioneer Explores IoT and A.I.

Tom Siebel, who was employee number 20 at Oracle and later sold his company to Larry Ellison for billions, has a new startup that is riding the convergence of artificial intelligence with the Internet of Things, as the world zooms toward perhaps 50 billion connected sensors by 2023.
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