About Maluuba: Maluuba's deep learning networks and machine learning systems allow us to expand into new categories rapidly and build intelligent natural interfaces alongside our partners. To date, our technology is present in tens of millions of smart devices around the world in various languages. We are at the intersection of NLP, content, and artificial intelligence and aim to bring them together to redefine search. We are driven by a single defining purpose: to envision and build technology that utilizes natural language for enhancing search and provisioning relevant and useful content.
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Waterloo, US
Maluuba was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Waterloo, US

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Maluuba has an office in Waterloo
Waterloo, US (HQ)
140 Columbia St

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In total, Maluuba had raised $11 m. Maluuba is a subsidiary of Microsoft

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Microsoft’s AI beats Ms. Pac-Man

 As with so many things in the world, the key to cracking Ms. Pac-Man is team work and a bit of positive reinforcement. That… and access to funding from Microsoft and 150-plus artificial intelligence agents — as Maluuba can now attest. Last month, the Canadian deep learning company (a subsidiary of …

Microsoft Maluuba is teaching machines to ask questions

 It’s no secret that today’s conversational assistants leave a lot to be desired. We spend a lot of time talking about how bad they are at hearing what we say and even worse at interpreting it. But one thing that doesn’t get nearly enough attention is the one-directional nature of conversations we h…

Microsoft Maluuba teaches management 101 to machines in its first paper since being acquired

 In mid-January, the ongoing race for AI put Montreal-based Maluuba on our radar. Microsoft acquired the startup and its team of researchers to build better machine intelligence tools for analyzing unstructured text to enable more natural human computer interaction — think bots that can actually res…

Microsoft affirms commitment to AI with acquisition of deep learning startup Maluuba

Microsoft today further proved its commitment to artificial intelligence through the acquisition of Maluuba. Maluuba — a Montreal-based startup that impressed during TechCrunch’s 2012 San Francisco Startup Battlefield competition — uses natural language processing and machine learning to achieve a s…

Microsoft acquires Maluuba, a startup focused on general artificial intelligence

 Microsoft has acquired Canadian startup Maluuba, a company founded by University of Waterloo grads Kaheer Suleman and Sam Pasupalak that also participated in TechCrunch’s 2012 San Francisco Startup Battlefield competition. Maluuba focuses on natural language processing, in service of pursuing gener…

Microsoft acquires research-oriented deep learning startup Maluuba

Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Maluuba, a research-oriented startup focusing on deep learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI). As part of the deal, one of Maluuba’s advisors, deep learning luminary Yoshua Bengio, will advise Microsoft. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Mic…
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