Microsoft buys SwiftKey, the UK-based artificial intelligence firm in a deal worth £175 million ($250 million) according to The Financial Times.

Microsoft has confirmed in a blog post that the company is buying SwiftKey, the London-based iPhone and Android keyboard, and will absorb its 150 person team into the company.

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