Microsoft Build 2023 Overview
Microsoft has announced that this year’s Microsoft Build conference will take place between May 23–25 in Seattle, with both online and in-person activities. If you are interested in registering, click here.
What is Microsoft Build?
Microsoft Build is an annual conference for software engineers and web developers. It is where Microsoft most often introduces new platforms, updates to existing platforms, and tools and technologies for developers. Keynote addresses, technical sessions, and hands-on workshops are frequently offered at the conference, too. These sessions cover a variety of subjects, such as software development, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, mixed reality, and more.
What to expect at Microsoft Build 2023?
The conference this year will highlight the growing use of platforms and solutions powered by AI. AI plug-ins and extensions can expand the capability of existing Microsoft solutions, such as Teams, 365, and Azure, so with Microsoft having recently extended its partnership with OpenAI, it is sure to announce some interesting AI-powered innovations at this year’s conference.
Key Themes and Topics
AI, OpenAI, GPT-4
The conference will be centered around adding AI capabilities to Microsoft’s solutions to enhance user experience. Although many of us have seen the tremendous possibilities of AI-powered tools such as ChatGPT, there is still ongoing debate and concern regarding how AI will affect our daily lives.
Microsoft has a unique opportunity to address these concerns by showcasing how AI will be integrated across its products and tools. For activities like content creation, summarization, semantic search, and converting natural language to code, Microsoft may make use of Azure OpenAI, which offers cutting-edge language models like GPT-4, Codex, and Embeddings. We can also expect considerable upgrades to Microsoft’s current set of development tools.
New Bing Features
Microsoft may demonstrate Bing’s new features and how they can easily work with other Microsoft services and products, like Microsoft 365, Teams, and Azure. This could include demonstrating the advantages of using Bing’s new search engine as a tool for coming up with original ideas or resolving challenging issues, as well as how it can be applied in a variety of different fields and professions.
Microsoft could also describe the process used to create and implement Bing’s new features, offering details on the programming and AI techniques used to create the search engine’s updated capabilities. Developers may be especially interested in this, as it will give them useful knowledge and ideas for creating better software.
Copilot for 365, a language model-based AI tool that can assist users with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and other Microsoft 365 apps, was added to the 365 suite in March. Copilot can produce real-time action ideas, automate repetitive activities, summarize email threads, and generate text and layout suggestions, but it’s also capable of picking up new skills.
Although Copilot is currently only being tested by a small number of clients, Build is an excellent stage to show the world what it’s capable of and how it can change how we interact with technology and improve productivity.
Trend Micro at Microsoft Build 2023
Trend Micro is pleased to announce that two of its products, Cleaner One Pro and VPN Proxy One Pro, will be showcased at Microsoft Build 2023.
Cleaner One Pro
Cleaner One Pro is Trend Micro’s all-in-one disk cleaning app. It allows you to visualize, manage, and free up storage space all with the push of a button! It’s got lots of other great features that you’re sure to love as well. If your computer isn’t running as quickly as it did before, be sure to give Cleaner One Pro a try.
VPN Proxy One Pro
If you’re looking to improve your online privacy, you’ll definitely want to check out VPN Proxy One Pro. The app — available for Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS — is lightweight, easy to use, and perfect for people wanting to get better online privacy and security.
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