Artificial Intelligence

Azure announces general availability of scale-out NVIDIA A100 GPU Clusters: the fastest public cloud supercomputer

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Today, Azure announces the general availability of the Azure ND A100 v4 Cloud GPU instances—powered by NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs—achieving leadership-class supercomputing scalability in a public cloud. For demanding customers chasing the next frontier of AI and high-performance computing (HPC), scalability is the key to unlocking improved total cost of ownership and time-to-solution.

Senior Program Manager, Accelerated HPC Infrastructure

Azure at Microsoft Build recap: build amazing things on your terms, anywhere

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

At digital Microsoft Build this week, we announced a host of new capabilities that help developers create intelligent, connected, and secure cloud-native apps that harness the power of data and AI and run anywhere. Below are the key stories we landed this week at Microsoft Build, with ways to explore for more details.

Vice President, Azure

Harness the power of data and AI in your applications with Azure

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Our commitment to developers is to make Azure the best cloud for developing intelligent applications that harness the power of data and AI. At Microsoft Build, we are announcing several exciting new capabilities and offers that make it easy and cost-effective for developers to get started with Azure data and AI services.

Vice President, Azure

Ground processing with space data 5x faster with Azure

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Over the past year, Microsoft has teamed with Ball Aerospace to develop the prototype for the Commercially Augmented Space Inter Networked Operations (CASINO) Program Office demonstrating agile cloud processing capabilities in support of the United States Space Force. For increasingly distributed mission environments, Microsoft Azure delivers the processing power and analysis necessary for these large datasets.

Corporate Vice President, Azure Global, Microsoft Azure

KLAS recognizes Microsoft's momentum in healthcare AI

Monday, February 8, 2021

From improving clinical decision making to better managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) applied to health and medicine are undeniable. 2021 is expected to be a year where health systems make unprecedented investments in AI to improve quality, reduce costs, and create more personalized experiences for patients and health consumers alike.

National Director for AI, Health and Life Sciences