For more than 50 years, we’ve been hearing about the promise of artificial intelligence and intelligent machines, but most of the big success stories to date – the IBM Watsons of the world – have been the result of massive efforts by universities and corporate R&D labs rather than by emerging start-ups. That could change soon, the Washington Post reports, as artificial intelligence shows signs of becoming the next big trend for tech start-ups in Silicon Valley.

First of all, there’s the anecdotal evidence about deals getting done for promising new AI startups. One of the most talked about VC deals...

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