Microsoft’s keynote for its Build 2016 developer conference contained a new vision for personal computing.
Microsoft foresees natural language conversations becoming the primary user interface.
To achieve this, Microsoft is putting an unprecedented array of artificial intelligence tools in the hands of developers.
At the Build 2016 conference, which kicked off on March 30, developers got a sneak peak at Microsoft’s vision of all pervasive artificial intelligence (AI). CEO Satya Nadella calls this “conversations as a platform,” in which human language is the preferred user interface. If Microsoft achieves its vision, it will be a breakthrough that will change the way we interact with our computing devices.