Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made another breakthrough in the world of digital customer reviews. As announced recently, Microsoft Store is taking an innovative approach by leveraging the power of AI to automatically summarize app reviews submitted by customers, leading to potential implications for online content and user privacy.
In a move to safeguard confidential information, big tech companies like Apple, have recently imposed restrictions on the use of AI tools such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GitHub’s Copilot by its employees. This decision stems from the concern that sensitive data entered into these systems may be leaked or collected, potentially compromising valuable proprietary information.
If you are wondering why your email is going to spam, or not arriving at all, in Hotmail, Outlook or Microsoft Live, whether you mean the email you are receiving in your Hotmail or Outlook account, or the email that you are sending to Hotmail or Outlook, this may be why, especially if it just started happening.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative technological trends of our time, and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is among its most vocal proponents. In a recent blog post, Gates explained that AI is as fundamental as the creation of the microprocessor, the personal computer, the internet, and the mobile phone. He believes that entire industries will reorient themselves around AI and that businesses will need to distinguish themselves by how well they use it.
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we live and work, just like the internet did.”
Claims like these have become common in the media and academic journals. Large language models (LLMs) are algorithms that form the basis of this type of AI.
Inspiration, just like Lady Luck, is known to swing around when least expected. So, where do you put down your ideas and thoughts before they get crowded out by the day’s events? When you are on the go and someone suggests a movie you should watch, how do you ensure…
In today’s hustle and bustle, it is not uncommon to have your hands so full that you hardly have time to sit down at your computer and get things done. This is where having some practical apps installed on your smartphone comes in handy, as you can accomplish a lot…
Web browsers open a whole new world of infotainment to people. This gets even better as browsers have been customized to run on mobile devices. Since there are so many web browsers around, we have cut through the fat and handpicked the top web browsers for Android in 2020. Chrome…
As many as 250 million Microsoft customer records have been exposed, being wide open to anyone with a web browser, and not requiring a password.
Microsoft Admits Breach, Hackers Accessed Users’ Outlook, Hotmail, and MSN Email for Months (Full Text of Microsoft Email Statement Included)
Microsoft has disclosed, over the weekend, that hackers have hacked into and accessed Microsoft users’ Outlook email, Hotmail email, and MSN email, over the course of several months, ending just last month (March of 2019).
Wondering ‘What is a Winmail.dat file attachment and how do I open it?” If you have a Mac computer, such as a Macbook, Macbook Pro, or Macbook Air, and if you have any friends or colleagues who still use Windows in general, and Outlook in particular, then you are almost certainly familiar with the issue of your friend or colleague sending you an attachment in email (say, a document), but all you receive in your Mac email is that damned Winmail.dat file. Here’s how to open a Winmail.dat file on a Mac, and get at the contents.
As we reported last month, Microsoft has been pushing the update to Windows 10 on its users even if they didn’t ask for it, don’t want it, and thought they were refusing it. Now Teri Goldstein of Sausalito, California has won $10,000 from Microsoft after suing MS for the unauthorized upgrade, which she says ruined her computer.
Microsoft and LinkedIn have announced that Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for a cool 26.2 billion dollars.
The BBC is reporting that Microsoft has changed the way that it ‘suggests’ that you upgrade to Windows 10. When you get the update pop-up, saying that “Windows 10 is a recommended update for this PC”, if you click on the X to dismiss the pop-up, rather than dismissing the message, it schedules the update!
How many times have you seen a sentence in an email that looks like this: “I’m really looking forward to seeing you tonight! J” Or “I know what you’ve been up to! J”, or any other variation, but ending with the cryptic letter J, all on its own, and wondered “What’s up with that letter J??” Does it stand for “just kidding”? (That would be ‘j/k’.) Joking? Jump? It turns out that it’s caused by Outlook, and Outlook doesn’t, apparently, have a sense of humor. It’s Outlook trying to smile – or, more precisely, it’s Outlook’s version of a smiley face.