Apple lured the top manager of Google

The Cupertino Corporation managed to attract John Giannandrea, the top manager of Google (formerly) for artificial intelligence and search engines. This became known to theedition of The New York Times.

Gianandrea will become one of 16 people in Apple, who report directly to the head of the corporation – Tim Cook. It is noted that the specialist will be engaged in machine learning and developing a strategy for AI. Apple is just planning to pay more attention to the smart software and was looking for a specialist for this role.

Gianandrea joined Google in 2010. Now Jeff Dean, who has been working for the search corporation for 19 years, will take his place.

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