Microsoft Announces New AI, IoT and Machine Learning Tools for Developers

Microsoft Announces New AI, IoT and Machine Learning Tools for Developers

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At Connect, Microsoft’s annual event for professional developers, executive vice president Scott Guthrie announced new data platform technologies and cross-platform developer tools.

He outlined the company’s vision and shared what’s next for developers across a broad range of Microsoft and open source technologies, and how the company is helping them get more done across apps or platforms. He also touched on key application scenarios and ways developers can use built-in AI to support continuous innovation and continuous deployment of today’s intelligent applications.

“With today’s intelligent cloud, emerging technologies like AI have the potential to change every facet of how we interact with the world,” Guthrie said. “Developers are in the forefront of shaping that potential. Today at Connect we’re announcing new tools and services that help developers build applications and services for the AI-driven future, using the platforms, languages and collaboration tools they already know and love.”

Microsoft is releasing tools designed to help developers, development teams and data scientists collaborate and work together more efficiently for application development, deployment and management. New tools and feature improvements help streamline essential tasks, so developers can focus more on getting apps to market across multiple platforms, and for any scenario, whether cloud, mobile or AI.

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