Microsoft will share homegrown titles with rivals in the first significant way as the company looks to boost revenue.
Author: Dina Bass
Microsoft is opening up its AI assistant to consumers and making the corporate version available to SMEs.
Microsoft is using powerful computers and AI to help researchers speed up the painstaking work.
The Cybertruck hasn’t even hit the market yet, and Elon Musk already is lamenting that Tesla has dug its own grave.
After days of drama, Microsoft is discussing a list of governance changes it plans to request from OpenAI’s board.
Microsoft says it will defend buyers of its artificial intelligence products from copyright infringement lawsuits.
GitHub is adding a chat and voice feature that will let programmers ask how to accomplish certain coding tasks.
When Microsoft invested $1-billion in OpenAI in 2019, it agreed to build a cutting-edge supercomputer for the AI research start-up.
Microsoft is now turning to the latest AI technology to catch up with rivals in the corporate applications market, including Oracle, Salesforce and SAP.
With Microsoft adding artificial intelligence to its Bing search engine, CEO Satya Nadella sees another opportunity to challenge Google’s dominance.