Using IoT Sensors to Up Your Game

This post is authored by Patty Ryan, Principal Data Scientist, Hang Zhang, Senior Data and Applied Scientist, and Mustafa Kasap, Senior Software Design Engineer, at Microsoft. Learn from the Professionals through Comparison of Sensor Data As any athlete aspiring to greatness can tell you, measurement of your own performance and tips from the pros are… Read more

Virtual Reality Games, Digital Signs & Swedish Apartments Get a Boost with Microsoft AI & Machine Learning

A peek at recent customer stories involving the application of Microsoft AI, Big Data & Machine Learning. Your Voice is the Controller in an Immersive New VR Game from Human Interact Human Interact is a VR storytelling startup based in Champaign, Illinois, and Starship Commander is one their newest VR games. One of the goals… Read more

Pioneer Behind “Internet of Oysters” Now Looking to Sustainably Feed the Planet

Re-posted from the Microsoft Transform blog. Ros Harvey has been a pioneer when it comes to using technology to improve the lives of millions of people. After having recently upended oyster farming in Australia with her work on the “Internet of Oysters”, she decided to expand her business, which is called The Yield, to help… Read more

Hello 2017, and Recap of Top 10 Posts of 2016

As we kick off what will surely be another very exciting year of progress in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science, we start with a quick recap of our “Top 10” most popular posts (based on aggregate readership) from the year just concluded. Here are the posts that had the most page views in… Read more

Using Cortana Intelligence in HoloLens Applications

This post is authored by Scott Haynie, Senior Software Engineer, and Senja Filipi, Software Engineer, at Microsoft. Telemetry plays an important role when you operationalize new experiences/apps that span the web, mobile and IoT, including new gadgets such as the Microsoft HoloLens. The abundance of data that is made available can help developers monitor and… Read more

The Next Generation Database & Data Lake from Microsoft

Re-posted from the SQL Server blog. Earlier today, at the Connect() event, which is livestreaming globally from New York City, we announced the next generation of Microsoft SQL Server and Azure Data Lake, as well as many other exciting new capabilities to help developers build intelligent applications. Here’s a quick recap of the key announcements:… Read more

Connected Drones: 3 Powerful Lessons We Can All Take Away

Lesson 1: Cloud-Based Solutions Empower Trailblazers Wherever They Are eSmart Systems is a young dynamic company in Norway that made the early strategic choice of basing their products and services completely on Microsoft Azure. Using Azure, gave them an immediate global reach in a way unthinkable just a few years earlier. Their mission is to… Read more

Azure ML, as Part of the IoT Suite, Now Available in Azure Germany

This post is authored by Ted Way, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. Azure Machine Learning, as part of the IoT Suite, is now generally available in Azure Germany. Industrial and manufacturing customers eager to ride the Industry 4.0 wave can now use IoT Suite as a part of their “smart factory.” Go to https://www.azureIoTsuite.de/ to… Read more

5 Cloud AI Innovations at the Microsoft Machine Learning & Data Science Summit

This post is by Joseph Sirosh, Corporate Vice President of the Data Group at Microsoft. I’m excited to invite you to our first Microsoft Machine Learning & Data Science Summit, which kicks off next Monday, September 26th, in Atlanta. The Summit is a unique event for machine learning developers, data scientists and big data engineers,… Read more

What Is Your Data Science Super Power?

This post is authored by Wee Hyong Tok, Senior Data Scientist Manager, and Danielle Dean, Senior Data Scientist Lead, at Microsoft. Wee and Danielle are speakers at the upcoming Microsoft Data Science Summit on September 26-27 in Atlanta, GA. How do businesses and data scientists turn raw data into intelligent action? Why do some companies… Read more