A.I.-driven hardware produced by Microsoft is on the horizon according to Harry Shum, executive vice president of the company’s A.I. and Research Group.
It’s part of Microsoft’s initiative to integrate artificial intelligence into every product and service offered by the company. Shum says these devices will be “very, very exciting.” The comment arrives after Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced yet another reorganization within the company, with the result creating two new engineering teams: the Experiences & Devices group led by Rajesh Jha, and the Cloud and A.I.
Platform group led by Jason Zander. Harry Shum will continue to run the current A.I.
and Research group. “When we established A.I.+R nearly two years ago, our primary goal was to accelerate the adoption of A.I. innovations from research into product, and the changes we are making today reflect our strong progress,” said Nadella in an email to Microsoft employees last week.
“We will continue to drive investments in A.I.+R across research and A.I. breakthroughs that are key to our long-term success.” Since the launch of Microsoft’s A.I. Read more from digitaltrends.com…
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