Microsoft’s Machine Learning Portfolio Rechristened From ‘Project Oxford’ To ‘Cognitive Sciences’

Machine learning just can’t be left out of major tech keynotes and conferences these days. And while Tay continues to be a topic of funny discussions rather than the serious ones it was intended to be, Microsoft is announcing a few updates to its suite of Machine learning tools. First up, is the rebranding. If you are a developer, and a hard-core one at that, you’d remember Microsoft’s machine tools being tabbed under something called ‘Project Oxford’. well that is changing today, as these tools now come under a new, ‘Microsoft Cognitive Sciences’ division with the old Project Oxford website re-directing us to the Cognitive Sciences one. However, it isn’t just the re-christening which is happening here. With cognitive sciences, Microsoft is giving a more clearer picture of its future…


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