Microsoft said it will use artificial intelligence technology to promote more auxiliary functions to make it easier for users to use its service products.
At the recent Microsoft Capability Summit event, Microsoft revealed that it will add digital assistant functions to the Microsoft 365 service, to make it easier for users to produce content and improve work productivity.
Before this, Microsoft has provided many auxiliary accessories for the disabled to facilitate the use of Surface series devices and Xbox game consoles.
In the Seeing AI app, which uses its Azure cloud service platform technology, it uses image recognition and other environmental perception methods, along with panoramic audio to help guide the walking direction of visually impaired or low vision people. In addition, it can also describe the scene in front of you through words or sentences Let the visually impaired easily understand the conditions of the road ahead.
Microsoft said it will use artificial intelligence technology to promote more auxiliary functions to make it easier for users to use its service products. Next, it is expected to hold a presentation event called “Future of Work with AI” at 11:00 am on March 16th, US East Coast Time (12:00 am, March 17th, Taiwan Time) Microsoft is expected to explain more services and applications that incorporate artificial intelligence.