November 11, 2019

Microsoft AI Tool Turns a Business’s Data Into Wikipedia-Like Snapshots

From The Wall St. Journal:

A tool that Microsoft Corp. introduced Monday uses artificial intelligence to automatically generate Wikipedia-like pages of information about a company’s products, projects and customers.

The employee-productivity tool, Project Cortex, is part of the Microsoft 365 software and will be available to all enterprise customers early next year.

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The tool uses AI models to comb through millions of data points that a business stores in Microsoft services, including those found in emails, documents and calendars. It then automatically generates “topic cards” about company projects, products, customers and internal experts.

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See Also: Introducing Project Cortex (via Microsoft 365 Blog)

See Also: How a New AI-Powered Service Is Helping One Global Company Transform Employee Knowledge Sharing

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