Azure Government continues to invest in delivering new cloud capabilities to government customers at a rapid pace. Over the next few weeks, we’ll continue highlighting a wide range of new services along with how-to resources to help you accelerate modernization initiatives.
In this episode of the Microsoft Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti, Principal Software Engineer on the Azure Government team, talks with Russ Williams, Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft supporting government customers, about QnA Maker in Azure Government.
Russ begins by describing what QnA Maker is: a cloud-based service that easily enables creation of a question-and-answer system over your existing data – all with cutting edge Microsoft AI technology for language understanding.
In this episode of the Azure Government video series, Steve Michelotti, principal program manager, Microsoft Azure Government, talks with Sam Chan, senior program manager, Microsoft Azure Government, about the Bot Service and LUIS on Azure Government.
Sam begins by explaining what both the Bot Service and LUIS are – and how these exciting AI technologies can dramatically enhance the productivity of an agency by implementing a custom chat bot.
As AI emerges from research labs and IT back offices and into the mainstream, the transformational possibilities of AI for both businesses and government are enormous. According to the Executive Order on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence, released earlier this year,
If you’re a government-focused developer, IT pro, or mission leader striving to learn the latest on Azure Government and optimize your skills and productivity, be sure to register today and join us for our Azure Government Innovation Tour coming to Raleigh,
As blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and augmented reality continue to create buzz throughout the tech industry, government agencies are exploring ways to apply emerging tech to empower their workforce and deliver innovative services to the public.
Key to moving forward is the ability for agencies to define emerging tech use cases and get started with piloting new ideas.
Join us in Sacramento on December 6, 2018 to learn to develop and deploy mission critical applications in Azure Government. At this free, code-first event for government-focused developers, IT Pros, and mission leaders, you’ll learn the latest on how to be more productive with Azure.
Today, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is taking significant steps to modernize existing systems, opening the door for the use of emerging technologies to increase speed and agility. Accelerating adoption of cloud technologies is critical to the DoD’s ability to maintain the long-term strategic advantage of US military forces.
Many believe AI will advance government; changing the speed, reliability, and ability for agencies to make more informed decisions and better deliver on their missions. Integral to leveraging the power of AI is data which floods many agencies yet is often underutilized or even locked up due to lack of resources,
The proliferation of data from devices and sensors creates both challenges and opportunities for US armed forces. Today, data comes from both manned and unmanned platforms—ranging from form factors like the sophisticated instrumentation on a modern aircraft to the wearable gear.