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Tech Companies Tap New Talent From Academia For AI

November 25, 2016View for printing

Students in artificial intelligence are "worth somewhere between $5 million and $10 million to a company's bottom line," said Andrew Moore, dean of CMU's School of Computer Science.

Companies recruit top experts in artificial intelligence to industry positions

Alphabet Inc.'s Google division last week hired the director of Stanford University's artificial intelligence lab to lead a new AI unit, the latest in a long line of academic stars in artificial intelligence lured away by tech giants.

By Daniela Hernandez and Rachael King

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