Wondering what Microsoft has up its sleeve for Build 2022? Here are a few tidbits gleaned from the hundreds of sessions listed on its website, including a new Kubernetes-at-the-edge effort.
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Microsoft makes performance, speed optimizations to ONNX machine-learning runtime available to developers
Microsoft is making new additions to the open-sourced ONNX Runtime to provide developers with access to advances it has made to deep-learning models used for natural-language processing.
Microsoft is making a technical preview of a new Visual Studio Code extension available that is designed to help programmers write code smarter and faster using AI technology from OpenAI.
Microsoft has earmarked $40 million for its newly launched 'AI for Health' philanthropic project, which will build on various healthcare-focused AI work happening inside the company and with customers and partners.
My "non-reviewer's review" of the Harman Kardon Invoke speaker that works with Cortana: A solid device, but still not something I want or need.
Ignite 2019: Microsoft is continuing to add more features to its Power Platform, the collection of low-code and no-code tools including Power BI, Power Apps and Power Automate.
Microsoft is adding a new healthcare-focused text analytics interface to its family of AI programming interfaces, and it's making generally available Custom Commands and Form Recognizer APIs, as well.
Microsoft is turning its Immersive Learning tool into an Azure Cognitive Service and partnering with do-it-yourself computer-building kit maker Kano to develop a $300 Windows 10 S Mode PC kit.
Microsoft is updating its PhotoSyth photo-stitching technology and making it part of its Pix camera app for iOS devices.
Microsoft's new unified Speech Service and development platform aim to bring together the many different speech services used across Microsoft's own products and services.