Microsoft’s bid to bring AI to every developer is starting to make sense


From Ars Technica:

SEATTLE—For the third year in a row, Microsoft is heavily promoting machine-learning services at its Build developer conference. Over the three years, some of the language used around the services has changed—the “machine learning” term seems to have fallen out of favor, being replaced by the better-known “artificial intelligence,” and Microsoft has added many more services. But the bigger change is that ubiquitous intelligence now seems a whole lot more feasible than it did three years ago.

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