Microsoft’s “favourite politician” declares war on Sony
Only it appears more of a “special operation” than a war
The woman who is probably Microsoft’s most “lobbied” politician Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell waded into Volish arch nemeses Sony.
Nvidia teams up in Microsoft Azure pact
Nvidia cloud based services
The maker of graphics cards named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia has teamed up with the software King of the World, Microsoft.
Microsoft brings DALL-E to Bing
Generates images based on written text
Software King of the World Microsoft is using an advanced version of Open AI’s DALL-E image generator to power its own Bing and Edge browser.
Microsoft pimps Office with AI
Now managers can outsource creating boring Powerpoint presentations
Software King of the World, Microsoft launched its AI for Work initiatives yesterday and showed off a way of applying artificial intelligence to automate the creation of PowerPoint presentations which are traditionally penned in purple prose and management speak by a boss who believes they are the greatest writer in the world.
Microsoft Teams gets Avatars
You too can have a blue head
Microsoft will be adding animated 3D avatars to Microsoft Teams in May, according to Microsoft's product roadmap.
Microsoft built a cloudy supercomputer as part of its OpenAI plans
But it was unsure if it could build anything that big
Software King of the World Microsoft knew that it would have to build a cloud-based supercomputer if it had a chance of getting its OpenAI plans working – the problem was that it was unsure it could use its own Azure product to do it.
Microsoft fires those responsible for its AI ethics
After all, when your terminator is just being put on the market you don't need humans to tell it what to do
Software King of the World Microsoft has shown that it has its priorities right -- while it introduces the world to its new AI-powered Bing, it fires the people who are responsible for making sure that its AI does not take over the world.
Voice assistants were too dumb says Microsoft boss
Siri, Alexa and Cortana never reached full potential
After years of telling us that the Internet of Things powered by voice activated assistants were going to be a big thing, Big Tech is finally admitting that they were too dumb to do what was claimed.
Microsoft admits reading Bing chatbot conversations
We want to make sure it is properly behaved
Software King of the World Microsoft has admitted that it is reading users’ conversations with its Bing chatbot to make sure that the AI is not using any “inappropriate behaviour.”
Microsoft readies new Surface Laptop Studio
Cleaning Apple's clock for a cheaper price
Microsoft is preparing to unveil a successor to its Surface Laptop Studio.