I’d like to share the insights gained at this year’s WCO 2023 event and offer my point of view on how government organizations can address the unique challenges that customs and port operations face in adopting AI.
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AI is reinventing customer engagement where every connection adds value to the customer relationship, enriching employee experiences to help people be more creative in their work, and reshaping business processes. Read about how Microsoft partners across industries are accelerating innovation with AI.
We're excited to announce the availability of Microsoft Sustainability Manager Intelligent insights (preview), an AI-powered tool that empowers organizations to perform deeper analysis on their emissions data.
This blog is the first in a series documenting our experience as “customer zero” of our own sustainability technology—from how we got started to how we’re now using Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability solutions to record and manage our progress and enable our customers to do the same.
Introducing Copilot in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Guides, bringing generative AI in mixed reality to frontline workers
Today, we are announcing Copilot in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Guides, which combines the power of generative AI with Mixed Reality to help frontline workers complete complex tasks and resolve issues faster with less disruption to the flow of work.
With Azure Data Manager for Agriculture, organizations can leverage high-quality datasets for digital agriculture solutions, allowing customers and partners to focus on product innovation rather than data management.
The Microsoft Energy and Resources team is excited to be participating in Enlit Europe 2023 alongside our customers and partners who are supporting the acceleration of the energy transition, grid modernization, and decarbonization while delivering the technology and platforms that enable digital transformation.
Microsoft recognizes four areas of focus that are essential for governments to move efficiently and safely in their AI journeys to improve productivity, decision-making, and services.
For the last few years, the automotive industry has been going through a renaissance with cars becoming software-driven, adding new functionalities and “apps” to every new model year. Like the evolution from mainframe computers to sophisticated cloud-connected graphics processing unit-driven desktops, the automotive industry is evolving from traditional hardware-centric cars to software-driven computers on wheels.
As organizations strive to achieve net zero carbon emissions, they need powerful tools and strategies to drive reductions faster. The new Carbon fee (preview) in Microsoft Sustainability Manager is one such capability.
Microsoft as a trusted partner is helping our DIB community embrace digital transformation by providing secure, scalable, and innovative cloud-based solutions that enable mission assurance, operational efficiency, and interoperability.
While global energy demand continues to rise, tackling the trilemma of energy security, equity, and the climate crisis remains one of our greatest challenges. The topic continues to be front and center for leaders, and the main theme at industry events.
Now with Azure Data Manager for Energy, energy-domain data resides in the same place as some of the most advanced AI technologies and cloud services. Energy companies can now have the improved productivity, security, and scale of a cloud platform, built with their needs in mind.