Specifically, developers will be inundated with speeches and hands-on sessions that involve the expansion of Microsoft Intelligent Edge and Intelligent Cloud, Data and AI development, MultiSense and Multi-device experiences, Modern Tooling for experiences across platforms and languages, and accessibility advancements through AI infusion. The Azure Kubernetes Service will also be offered for Azure IoT Edge, the company said. The SDK will also allow the Windows developer community to integrate and control third-party payloads like multispectral sensors, robotic components like custom actuators, and more, exponentially increasing the ways drones can be used in the enterprise.
At the opening keynote for the 2018 edition of Build developer conference, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has announced a new long-term program that aims to help people with disabilities throughout the world. After Facebook kicked off its F8 2018 last week where its upcoming dating app, group video calling feature and artificial intelligence (AI) became the talk of the town, it is time that we shift out focus to Microsoft, which is gearing up for Microsoft Build this week.
Instead, it's created to integrate with the Microsoft Azure cloud computing service.
Azure Bot Service uses the Microsoft Bot Framework, which reported more than 130,000 users one year ago. With the newly released preview of Office 2019, Microsoft might also give some details regarding a few important features of the software at its Build Conference.
At Build 2018, Microsoft might announce new mixed reality devices from its OEM partners at around $200 price tag.
In addition to the SDK for Windows, Microsoft and DJI are collaborating to develop commercial drone solutions using Azure IoT Edge and AI technologies for customers in key vertical segments such as agriculture, construction, and public safety. According to reports, Microsoft may announce newer capabilities of AI, new updates on Azure, cloud computing platform, and mixed-reality developments. Keep in mind that developers need to update their apps to support Timeline, so not every Windows app that is also available on Android will be visible on Timeline. The company unveiled a new app, Your Phone, which will provide "a window into a user's phone right from their PC for seamless transition of content like messages, photos and notifications".
This will also be coming in a more limited form to iOS if you use Microsoft Edge on iOS, which I would assume is a pretty small percentage of iOS users.