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Despite Pledging Openness, Companies Rush to Patent AI Tech


Nov 25, 2018 12:16 PM 1+ mon ago

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon have made some artificial intelligence tools open source. But they're also working to claim ownership of some techniques....Read more.

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