Microsoft Kinect is back and this time it's all about AI

Microsoft Kinect is back and this time it's all about AI

Through this partnership, DJI is releasing a software development kit (SDK) for Windows that extends the power of commercial drone technology to the largest enterprise developer community in the world. The offering is aimed at bringing AI to solutions for the edge and will be available next year.

Microsoft also used their Build conference to announce an updated Microsoft Launcher application for Android. Additionally, Adaptive Cards will be supported within Microsoft 365. Furthermore, it noted that if the application was purchased via a referral by the company - be it online advertising or similar methods - the share will drop to 85:15 in favor of the developer. The SDK is created to bring full flight control and real-time data transfer to Windows 10 connected devices globally. As expected, the company made announcements focusing on emerging tech like artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing and machine learning.

With Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), developers can drastically simplify how they build and run container-based solutions without deep Kubernetes experience. IntelliCode provides intelligent suggestions to improve code quality and productivity and is available in preview today in Visual Studio. Microsoft is also expanding its Sets experience to third-party apps, allowing users to group apps together in a tabbed interface.

Following the AI trend, Microsoft also announced a new effort called AI for Accessibility. It includes Microsoft's "most advanced" time-of-flight sensor (used for 3D imaging) and some other new sensors.

'Merci Arsene' as Arsenal bid farewell to Wenger
Then, after the game, the club put on a lovely tribute for their longest serving manager and arguably their very greatest. It has not sunk in yet because I am still so focused and you are a bit robotic thinking about the next game.

Microsoft on Monday kicked off its annual developer's conference, Build 2018 in Seattle.

A native SDK for Windows enables developers to deploy Windows applications to DJI drones. The company has unveiled two Windows 10 iOS apps that will make it easier for your iPhone to work with your PC.

A new "Your Phone" experience that enables a window into a user's phone right from their PC for instant access to text messages, photos and notifications.

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