Microsoft, just like many of its competitors, has gone all in on machine learning. That emphasis is on full display at the company’s Ignite conference, where the company today announced a number of new tools for developers who want to build new A.I. models and users who simply want to make use of these pre-existing models – either from their own teams or from Microsoft.
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