“Machine Teaching” Is a Thing, And Microsoft Wants To Own It
The company’s quest for AI dominance now has its own buzzword
Microsoft is rallying behind a new buzzword as it tries to sell businesses on artificial intelligence.
It’s called “machine teaching,” and it’s loosely defined by Microsoft as a set of tools that human experts in any field can use to train AI on their own. After steadily developing and acquiring some of these tools, Microsoft is hoping to popularize the concept of machine teaching with a big public push. The hope is that more companies will build their own AI software—running on Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, of course—even if they haven’t hired their own AI experts.
“We believe that this is going to be one of the big transformative forces of how AI can be applied to a lot more scenarios and be available to a lot more people in the world,” says Gurdeep Pall, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of business AI.
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