Microsoft techsupport – AI and VR
We’ve always known that Microsoft has wanted AI to be easily accessible for everyone!
This week, Microsoft’s extended supported was given to the AI research with the company acquiring Montreal-based Maluuba, a lab that has been impressively progressing in the AI research field. Microsoft techsupport will be lent to the lab, by doubling the size of the lab and providing $6,000,000 towards AI research.
Microsoft believes that improvement in AI will subsequently suklt in betterment of industry and humanity.
Musical VR treat!
If you weren’t able to trek to Joshua Tree, California last year for Childish Gambino’s concert, worry not. We have a whole new virtual reality ride up there!
PHAROS, in collaboration with Microsoft has offered a VR experience that can be viewed in any mobile phone and some specified VR headphones. This immersive technology will be the future of concert and music businesses, says a word from music folks!
Tech – The new black!
Microsoft flaunted its store-scanning robots, mobile apps, intelligent vending machines, smart shelves and Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions, which will help retailers and brands to sustain in a world of sharks at NY this week.
This novelty was highlighted under the headline, “Is tech the new black?” featuring Italian start up ELSE Corp., which also uses AI and VR and also avails a platform that provides Microsoft techsupport to make brick-and-mortar shopping fashionable again.
Techies – ATTENTION!
Encourage them to apply for Microsoft’s new ‘Council for Digital Good’, a one-year pilot program for American youngsters, ages ranging from 13 to 17, to help lay the foundation for fun and safe online communication. The submissions end in March 1.