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Apple acquires Indian machine learning company Tuplejump

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Apple is increasingly acquiring firms with expertise in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Apple has confirmed it has acquired Tuplejump, a small Indian machine learning company with operations in India as well as the United States.

Tuplejump offered software services to companies to store, process, and visualize data. It was founded in 2013 but doesn’t seem to be operational anymore. Though the confirmation of Tuplejump’s acquisition came this week, the deal may have occurred sometime in April.

Two of three Tuplejump co-founders — Rohit Rai and Satyaprakash Buddhavarapu — stopped working at the firm in April, and joined Apple in May, according to their LinkedIn profiles. The third co-founder Deepak Alur joined another company called Anaplan in April. Read more…

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