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Facebook launches AI centre in Montreal

Briefs | 09/15/2017 2:13 pm EDT
Facebook launches AI centre in Montreal
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (centre) announced the opening of a Facebook AI centre in Montreal on Sept. 15, to be headed by Joelle Pineau (right). /Photo via Facebook.

Facebook Inc. is opening an artificial intelligence (AI) centre in Montreal, the company announced Friday.

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