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Monday, 16 September 2013 10:03

Intel buys some extra intelligence

Written by Nick Farrell

Language AI 

Chipzilla has written a cheque for the Spanish artificial intelligence technology startup Indisys. 

The outfit focuses on natural language recognition and the deal is worth $26 million. It follows Intel's recent acquisition of Omek, an Israeli startup with specialties in gesture-based interfaces. Indisys employees have joined Intel already. Apparently the deal was signed on May 31 and the deal has been completed.

Intel would not confirm how they are using the tech: "Indisys has a deep background in computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and machine learning. We are not disclosing any details about how Intel might use the Indisys technologies at this time."

Nick Farrell

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