Microsoft’s Project Oxford machine intelligence and learning tools updated and expanded

Saying that Microsoft is into machine intelligence would be something of an understatement. Skype Translator and Cortana are two prominent examples of Microsoft investment in creating our future AI overlords, and Bing is in on the game with outward facing research and betting tools like Bing Predicts. Microsoft’s Project Oxford is another set of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that Microsoft has been working on, and the company has taken to its blog to announce the impending release of new development options to putting this intelligence into their own software solutions. Microsoft’s Research Cambridge (UK) head Chris Bishop demonstrated the emotion tool during the keynote at Microsoft’s Future Decoded conference, running this week. Project Oxford is aimed at creating software that can identify sounds, words, images, and…


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