Blackrock strengthens artificial intelligence research

One of the world's largest investors is looking to focus on artificial intelligence. The technology could have a crucial impact on the energy sector.

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The world's largest asset manager, Blackrock, wants to dial up research in artificial intelligence (AI) and is planning to establish a research center in California, reports the Financial Times.

This illustrates the investment industry's increased interest in getting machines to "think".

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