AI News, Microsoft is taking autocorrect to the next level

Microsoft is taking autocorrect to the next level

The standard version didn’t pick up on three missing determiners while the prototype Windows ML-powered version highlighted the three nouns that were missing their determiners.  “We’ve trained the grammar checker and it now can suggest corrections that I can take action on and fix,”

“We’re running this on Windows ML, which enables Word to build an experience that is low-latency, has high scalability because there are a lot of Word users out there, and it can work offline.”  The big news here is that Microsoft’s products, such as Word, are now relying on machine learning algorithms running locally on a Windows 10 device, and not in the cloud.

And because these algorithms are running locally within apps installed on a device, the results are extremely quick.  Group program manager Kam VedBrat introduced the new Windows ML application programming interface (API) in March, a platform that enables developers to implement pre-trained machine learning models in their apps and experiences.

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