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John Giannandrea is a Scottish computer scientist known for creating Metaweb and Freebase and leading Google Search and artificial intelligence before joining Apple Inc. as a senior executive. In December 2018, it was announced that Giannandrea had been appointed senior vice president of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Strategy at Apple.
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