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Artificial intelligence might be the most misunderstood term in technology. It conjures up images of malevolent robots and self-aware computer systems capable of outwitting — or at least matching wits with — human beings. It is not that. At least not today.
Google’s acquisition of artificial intelligence startup DeepMind for $400 million sent the tech world atwitter earlier this week. Everybody wanted to know what the mysterious company was up to and why Google was willing to pay so much for it. After a day or so of mystery and even speculation that Google wanted to turn its new robots into sentient beings, the probable truth finally began to emerge.
Google just wants to build a better search platform, and talent isn’t going to come cheap with everybody in the web vying for it.
DeepMind was working on some form of artificial…
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