Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) AI speech and language technology innovations and products are evolving to be be increasingly multilingual. This does not mean that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is just buliding language translator or adding more languages to its AI. Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is developing a systems that understand and process different languages similar to a native speaker switching between two language in the same sentence.
In this age of mobile first, Advances in technology and the globalization have blurred the geographical lines for business and marketing teams. Business need to evolve to embrace this more social and mobile world. Business are transforming society itself and are driving innovation and creating future in a more innovative way, it’s more critical than ever for everyone to be digitally educated, particularly our kids.
In this new mobile first word users are moving away from treditional search and are increasingly moving towards answers, this opens up nearly limitless opportunities for computing and storage capacity driven by cloud, and progress in AI, machine learning, speech recognition, and data storage and analytics are becoming important factors driving the technology.
Weizenbaum’s primitive ELIZA program has developed into something far more creative and proving very useful. Perhaps, even, we’re at the advent of the next big shift in computing.
The future of marketing is driven by artificial intelligence and built around a behavior that is more close to humans: conversations.
This is set to replace the traditional User Interface as we know it. Lili Cheng, manager of Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Future Social Experiences (FUSE) lab at Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Research, and one of the thought leaders behind the chatbot evolution says “You don’t have to follow the rigid structure of a website to find something that’s buried many pages deep. You can just ask.”