Microsoft Acquires AI Scheduling Startup Genee To Beef Up Office 365

Advertisement Microsoft confirms it has signed an agreement to acquire Genee, an artificial intelligence-powered scheduling service. The Redmond-based technology company reveals its plans to integrate the productivity app on Office 365. In a blogpost earlier this week, Microsoft corporate VP for Outlook and Office 365 Rajesh Jha divulged that along with the planned acquisition, Genee founders Charles Lee and Ben Cheung are also set to join Microsoft. “We consider Microsoft to be the leader in personal and enterprise productivity, AI, and virtual assistant technologies, so we look forward to bringing our passion and expertise to a team that is committed to delivering cutting-edge language and intelligence services,” Lee and Cheung commented on a future under Microsoft. As part of the acquisition deal with Microsoft, Genee will shut down its services. Effective…


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