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With new Garage project Trove, people can contribute photos to help developers build AI models
Every day, developers and researchers are finding creative ways to leverage AI to augment human intelligence and solve tough problems. Whether they’re training a computer vision model that can spot endangered snow leopards or help…CONTINUE READING "With new Garage project Trove, people can contribute photos to help developers build AI models"
Celebrating the Garage Wall of Fame: a look back at 20 stellar projects with impact
In celebration of The Garage Wall of Fame reaching 20 Wall of Fame inductees, we are recapping highlights about each honoree and their achievements. Honorees have roots either as an experimental project released through the…CONTINUE READING "Celebrating the Garage Wall of Fame: a look back at 20 stellar projects with impact"
Device Simulator Express expands to the BBC micro:bit and Adafruit CLUE
Last summer, a group of Garage Interns teamed up with Adafruit to create Device Simulator Express, a Microsoft Garage project . The VS Code extension enabled makers, hobbyists, and student developers to program the Adafruit…CONTINUE READING "Device Simulator Express expands to the BBC micro:bit and Adafruit CLUE"
Minecraft now more autism friendly with accessibility features built by Garage Interns
Anyone who has joined an online game knows chat can be a fun, engaging, and useful tool in teaming up, but it can also be an intimidating, cumbersome mechanism to utilize when there are many…CONTINUE READING "Minecraft now more autism friendly with accessibility features built by Garage Interns"