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March 17, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Japan is rushing to buy and play with artificial intelligence technology at an incomparably faster rate than the US or Europe, and the big Marubeni trading company is getting in on the act with a new company, part-funded by the Intelligent Technology Inc venture start-up, which is the Japanese representative of Carnegie Group Inc, Pittsburgh: Marubeni will invest in Intelligent Technology, and help to generate sales for Carnegie’s Knowledgecraft expert system shell, which is set to be introduced in Japan next month.

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