Apple Acquires Lattice Dark Data Company for $200 Million

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Lattice is a company that turns dark data into structured data with ‘human-caliber quality at machine-caliber scale’ is now acquired by Apple Inc reports TechCrunch. This year is the iPhone 10th Anniversary, the new iPhone 8 / 8 plus, iPhone Pro, iPhone X whatever the name it’s called, it’s going to be really great. Apple is going for a lot of acquisition this year. Just a few days back Apple has acquired Beddit, sleep tracking company. Apple making something awesome for it’s users this time. We will see that Spark in the new iPhone, Apple Watch this year and maybe you will see a Siri-Smart Speaker on this WWDC along with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and MacOS 10.14. And if you are excited about the iOS 11 beta installing, then enroll your iPhone UDID to An Apple Developer Account here for only $15 and get ready to install iOS 11 on 5th June 2017 after the WWDC’17 event.

Apple Acquires Lattice
Apple acquires LatticeSources company for $200 million. About 20 engineers from the company have joined Apple now. Lattice was born out of the Stanford research project DeepDive, a programming and execution framework for statistical inference, which allows engineers to solve data cleaning, extraction, and integration problems jointly. It aims to take unstructured data like text and images and turn it into structured data at unprecedented speed and scale.

We continuously push the envelope on machine learning speed and scale with our bleeding-edge systems research. For years, we have been building systems and applications that involve billions of webpages, thousands of machines, and terabytes of data.

It’s unclear what Apple plans to do with the technology; however, speculation is that Apple may use it to help its AI efforts. As Apple CEO Tim Cook said earlier that AI & AR is the future of Apple >

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