IST's Geisel Disputes Former Employee's Claim To Artificial Intelligence Software

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With all the extravagant claims made for artificially intelligent applications, it's tough for outsiders to separate the wheat from the chaff. But disputes between chief scientists and chief executive officers over software ownership is a good indicator of quality.

That's exactly what's happening at Pittsburgh-based Intelligent Technology Group Inc., according to Paul Haley, former executive vice president of research at the firm.

Intelligent Technology Group, a software developer and investme

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