Microsoft acquires AI startup Semantic Machines to help boost Cortana

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Microsoft has announced plans to acquire Semantic Machines, a startup based in Berkley, California, that specializes in conversational artificial intelligence. The acquisition makes a great deal of sense because of Microsoft’s desire to push Cortana forward, and the general increased interest in voice-powered digital assistants and chatbots — and products such as Google Duplex. The Semantic Machines team includes members who have worked on Siri and with speech-recognition firm Nuance. See also: Microsoft is said to be working on a cheap Surface tablet to compete with the iPad Microsoft blocks the rollout of Windows 10 April 2018 Update to computers…

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