"Maluuba wants to solve the problem of text understanding, building machines that can read and write. It’s building machines that can reason with text and effectively communicate with people."
"Maluuba is effectively trying to teach leadership to groups of machines working to solve problems…. Maluuba will play a huge role in analyzing text and the language held within it."
"We focus on the next generation of deep learning which is language... You can imagine this kind of technology across many industries."
"Sam Pasupalak and Kaheer Suleman, the Co-founders of Maluuba share their vision of the future of machine learning."
“Following its acquisition of Montreal-based Maluuba… Microsoft announced that it will be growing its R&D office to double the size over the course of the next two years.”
"One week after buying the startup company Maluuba, Microsoft said Wednesday it will double the size of the company’s Montreal office within two years."
"Microsoft Corp. is buying into Canada’s artificial intelligence research community with a deal to purchase Maluuba, a deep-learning and AI– technology startup.
"Microsoft just bought an AI startup that can outperform Facebook and Google. Maluuba brings a deep learning pioneer into the fold at Microsoft."
"[Maluuba's] work will help with Microsoft’s broad goal of making AI more accessible and useful to the general public."
"Microsoft, like many of its competitors, is racing to beef up its artificial-intelligence capabilities. It has acquired Artificial Intelligence Startup Maluuba."
"Microsoft is buying Maluuba, a Canadian startup focused on giving software a better understanding of human language. This natural language processing technology is a key underpinning of artificial intelligence."
"Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Maluuba, a research-oriented startup focusing on deep learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI)."
"Microsoft has purchased Maluuba, [an] artificial intelligence startup based in Montreal, in its quest to build better, smarter artificial intelligence that can be used in the workplace."
"Maluuba is delving deep into building AI that can not only understand human language but also communicate effectively, with dozens of applications and opportunities for further research on the horizon."
"if we can create thinking robots, what rights will they have, and who will enforce them?"
"Maluuba is leading the way in teaching machinesto think, reason and communicate just like we do thanks to a growing research and learning lab in Montreal."
"One Montreal startup is teaming up with McGill University’s Reasoning and Learning Lab to attack another goal: teaching machines to understand common sense."
"Maluuba has also made its new datasets publicly available to other researchers in the hopes of boosting the state of machine comprehension technology across the industry."
"This Startup Is Teaching Machines To Think, Reason, And Communicate Like Us. The applications of this technology—once commercialized—are obvious and wide-ranging"
"Customers will expect to interact with chatbots in the same way they interact with people... To handle this, Maluuba is focused on building intelligent virtual agents using deep supervised and reinforcement learning"
"Maluuba wants to make chatbots smarter by teaching them how to read."
“Maluuba's results show that, in the near future, machines could be able to understand text like we do.”
"For the fields of machine learning and artificial intelligence, this is a major breakthrough."
“Maluuba has made progress with an algorithm that can read text and answer questions about it with impressive accuracy.”
“The Maluuba team thinks they can translate this level of “thinking” into a virtual personal assistant that knows more about what the user wants, and is able to be more effective.”
“This type of technology could one day help humans sift through documents quickly to find the small bits of buried information they need by simply typing a question in conversational English.”
“A startup called Maluuba, which makes technology that helps computers talk, is opening a research office in Montreal... "