Bringing the Human Side to Innovation

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Technological innovations in Artificial Intelligence (AI), holographic and digital transactions, combined with the rise of the creative, the handmade, the slow-cooked food and the maker, is creating a dramatic collision. This Yin and Yang mash-up is allowing us to use inclusive design to bring the human touch to technology to win hearts and minds.

How we bring experimentation and imagining what is possible by exploring the why of things, learning from other industries and foster new types of ideation, is key to success in this new AI powered era.

With the rise of AI and machine learning, a new type of humanised innovation is evolving. Leveraging Cognitive solutions that use vision from faces to feelings, allowing your apps to understand images and video, and delivering life changing experiences as in “The Seeing AI project” allowing the blind to see what is going on around them.

With a range of Cognitive Services you can give your apps a human side:

  • Speech: the ability to hear and speak to your users by filtering noise, identifying speakers, and understanding intent.
  • Language: process text and learn how to recognise what users want; and
  • Knowledge: tap into rich knowledge amassed from the web, academia, or your own data.

Uber for example is using the Microsoft Face API to verify their drivers.

So, as AI is augmenting the mind, Mixed Reality is augmenting our world. Creating the Mixed Reality Modern Workplace allows us to find new ways to express creativity, unlocking new possibility for workers that don’t have desks – Front Line Workers – Field Service workers who need to call in for work, see what they are seeing, annotate their space – Thyssen Krupp is doing this with their lift engineers.

Join Microsoft at Data#3’s JuiceIT to find out more about the Humanising Innovation.

Tags: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cognitive Services, Cognitive Services Language, Cognitive Services Speech, JuiceIT, JuiceIT 2018, Microsoft, Mixed Reality, Mobility



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