Cloud computing, artificial intelligence on Microsoft agenda

Office 2019

Office 2019

Azure DevOps services are now available to GitHub customers.

The tech giants have been ramping up expenditure in cloud computing computing in the last few decades, while the so-called Internet of Things along with ever-growing swimming of connected devices necessitates larger computing power and storage capacity. That'll make it simpler to bring AI smarts to camera-equipped IoT devices running Qualcomm mobile chips. The Windows Machine Learning platform will help developers develop machine learning models in the Intelligent Cloud and deploy them offline and in high performance to the PC platform, Microsoft said.

Applications being written for Windows 10 will be able to be optimized for use with DJI's drones. Indeed, it was detailed on stage that Microsoft is making moved to empower developers to build for the new era of intelligent edge, across Azure, Microsoft 365, and other platforms by using the languages and frameworks they know best.

Instead, it's created to integrate with the Microsoft Azure cloud computing service. Through this developers can create camera-based IoT solutions by using Azure services and hardware from Qualcomm Vision Intelligence Platform and AI Engine.




Kipman also confirmed that the Project Kinect sensor bundle will be used with the next version of HoloLens. The product is called Project Kinect for Azure. Now customers will be able to access Timeline on an iPhone with Microsoft Edge. Users can also design mixed-reality spaces like room layouts, holograms which can be shared in real-time. Redmond also has their stakes on the more recent Microsoft 365 subscription for which the statistics are yet to be told.

Microsoft's Visual Studio comes with "Live Share" capability allowing developers to edit in real time with tools like Visual Studio 2017 and VS Code.

Previous year at Build Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, new mixed reality headsets and controllers, and "Project Emma", a wearable for Parkinson's disease sufferers.

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