Category: Microsoft Teams

Advancing the future of society with AI and the intelligent edge

Frank X. Shaw May 7, 2018 Accessibility, AI, Azure, Build, Build 2018, cloud, Featured, intelligent edge, IoT, Kinect, Microsoft Teams, open source, Windows

The world is a computer, filled with an incredible amount of data. By 2020, the average person will generate 1.5GB of data a day, a smart home 50GB and a smart city, a whopping 250 petabytes of data per day. This data presents an enormous opportunity for developers — giving them a seat of power,…

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A week for teamwork and Teams, as well as good-natured, gaming fun with ‘Exploding Kittens’ — Weekend Reading: Sept. 15 edition

Suzanne Choney September 15, 2017 Bots, Cascadia Innovation Corridor, Cascadia Urban Analytics Cooperative, Dynamics, Featured, Internet of things, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft HoloLens, Microsoft Teams, Office, SharePoint, Weekend Reading, Windows Mixed Reality, Zo

Here, kitty, kitty, kitty…. Oh wait, sorry if we pulled you away from the highly addictive game “Exploding Kittens.” More on that in a moment. But first, a look at some of the people and news that made our week at Microsoft claw-dacious, er, audacious. More than two dozen students from the University of Washington…

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