Posted by : brij fbEducator Thursday, 6 July 2017

Google is betting big on artificial intelligence. Its DeepMind subsidiary has announced plans to expand its operations to Canada in order to accommodate the company’s ever-growing research initiatives. In a blog post yesterday, CEO Demis Hassabis revealed DeepMind will be opening its first ever international research space in Edmonton. The undertaking will unfold in a close collaboration with the University of Alberta (UAlberta). “It was a big decision for us to open our first non-UK research lab,” Hassabis said. “[W]e’ve had particularly strong links with the UAlberta for many years: nearly a dozen of its outstanding graduates have joined us at…

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