7 July, 2017
Google’s DeepMind Turns To Canada For Artificial Intelligence Boost
Google’s high-profile artificial intelligence unit has a new Canadian outpost.
DeepMind, which Google bought in 2014 for roughly $650 million, said Wednesday that it would open a research center in Edmonton, Canada. The new research center, which will work closely with the University of Alberta, is the United Kingdom-based DeepMind’s first international AI research lab.