Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox web browser, announced that IT has acquired Pulse, a machine learning company that uses machine learning methods to help simplify the digital workplace.
Mozilla says machine learning (ML) has become a powerful driver of the product experience. At its best, machine learning can help everyone have a better, richer experience online.
Pulse's previous products have been optimized for each customer's preferences, and they know how to translate what's in theory and design into a real product experience that meets actual needs and preferences.
Mozilla has a nearly 25-year history of building products with people and privacy at their core. With Pulse as a member of our team, we can more quickly set a new example for the industry.
Mozilla says it has "big plans" for the skills and expertise of the Pulse team.
Mozilla also announced the acquisition of Active Replica, an immersive experience developer, to accelerate its expansion into the Web3 and metaverse markets, IT Home has learned.