Machine Learning

Building an ecosystem for responsible drone use and development on Microsoft Azure

October 30, 2018

The next wave of computing is already taking shape around us as IoT enables businesses to sense all aspects of their business in real-time and take informed action, to running cloud workloads on those IoT devices so those devices don’t require “always on” connectivity to the cloud to make real-time context-aware decisions. This is the intelligent edge, and it will define the next wave of innovation, not just for business but also how we address some of the world’s most pressing issues.

Director, Azure Internet of Things

Eight use cases for machine learning in insurance

October 2, 2018

Insurance companies that sell life, health, and property and casualty insurance are using machine learning (ML) to drive improvements in customer service, fraud detection, and operational efficiency. For example, the Azure cloud is helping insurance brands save time and effort using machine vision to assess damage in accidents, identify anomalies in billing, and more.

Principal Solutions Architect

Microsoft Azure, the cloud for high performance computing

August 29, 2018

Today, we continue to see customers leveraging Azure to push through new frontiers in high performance and accelerated computing. From Neuroiniative’s quest to accelerate drug discovery for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases to EFS’s building of self-driving car technologies, a vast number of customers are leveraging Azure for breakthrough innovation.

Partner PM Manager, Azure Specialized Compute

What is Artificial Intelligence?

August 9, 2018

It has been said that Artificial Intelligence will define the next generation of software solutions. If you are even remotely involved with technology, you will almost certainly have heard the term with increasing regularity over the last few years.

Cloud Solution Architect (Advanced Analytics & AI), Customer Success Unit