How Microsoft’s Windows ML machine learning could help apps anticipate your needs

Microsoft is using machine learning to make its Windows apps a lot smarter. At a Technology Sneak Peek on Monday at Microsoft’s Build developer conference in Seattle, executives used Windows Ink to demonstrate the potential of Windows ML, a machine learning API that debuted in the April 2018 Update to Windows 10.

Because Windows ML is an API, regular users will never encounter it. But the API provides the framework for developers to tap the power of your CPU or GPU to anticipate and act upon your needs, in Windows and Windows apps.

The executives at the demo made it clear that the Ink features they were showing off could drastically change, or might never be released at all. Still, the future they showed moves a few steps forward from the way Windows works today.

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