• Bringing AI to the edge: Azure Cognitive Services in Containers
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    Bringing AI to the edge: Azure Cognitive Services in Containers

    [MUSIC]>>Every time a technology is moved from the hands of the few to a wide variety of people, a whole new set of capabilities that we never even imagined, suddenly come into existence and change the world. [MUSIC]>>Cognitive Services enables developers to take advantage of AI without being a data scientist. [MUSIC]>>Some enterprises don’t have the luxury of being able to call out to the Cloud all the time. [MUSIC]>>Now, with Cognitive Services and Containers that opens up a whole new world of possibilities. [MUSIC]>>Containerization is really the act of packaging up an application that you can take and put on any machine. [MUSIC]>>Azure is the only Cloud that enables…

  • How to Use the Microsoft Translator Edge Extension
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    How to Use the Microsoft Translator Edge Extension

    With the Microsoft Translator extension, you can now translate webpages from over 50 different languages to your language of choice with the simple click of a button making web content from around the world even more accessible to you on Microsoft Edge! First, go to a website written in a Microsoft Translator supported language. For this example we will use MSN Spanish. As the page loads, you will see the Translator icon show up in the address bar. Now, click on translate. The webpage will be translated to your language. You can also select some text, right click and select translate in the context menu to get a translation for…

  • Why Bing Isn’t a Failure (& the Future of the Internet)
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    Why Bing Isn’t a Failure (& the Future of the Internet)

    Here’s something you’ve never, ever heard before: “Hey, good question, you should Bing it” Okay, maybe once. But, except maybe as a punchline, nobody uses Bing. Microsoft has tried, and tried, and tried again, They redesigned the website, spent millions advertising a pun making Google look better, even paid people to use it. And yet, a decade later, Bing is still Bing. So, at this point, why not just abandon the project? Well, because Bing isn’t actually a failure. Far from it. It’s a story of data, and control, and, ultimately, the future of the internet. In 2012, CEO Steve Ballmer announced Bing was finally a real contender. He said…