Software King of the World Microsoft has said that you can never have too much AI. It has been short of ordinary intelligence for years so I guess it could do with a little injection of nous.
CEO Satya Nadella told the assorted throngs at its Ignition event in Florida that “a little bit of machine learning here and there” was not enough.
He said that AI needs to become a more integral element of IT.
“It’s no longer about deploying one AI system or doing a little bit of machine learning here and there,” he said. “It is about, in fact, changing the culture inside our organisations so that we understand very deeply what it means to create these digital feedback loops across all these outcomes.
“These new virtuous cycles between our products, their usage, their creation of data and the business model, that’s what we’ve got to get intuitively.
“In fact even for us at Microsoft, that’s the process of transformation we’re going through as we change the nature of our products, we change the nature of how we engage with you as our customers and partners.”
At Ignition, Vole introduced a range of AI-driven updates for Dynamic 365, as well as a new set of machine-learning tools for developers working with Microsoft Azure.