Disclosure: Most of the vendors mentioned are clients of the author.
Nvidia’s big fall show, GTC (GPU Technology Conference), offered a lot of artificial intelligence news this week, ranging from autonomous robots to AIs that write the software they use. This matters to me because I’m a heavy Microsoft 365 user — I currently rely on Grammarly for automated editing — and Nvidia announced that Microsoft would be using Nvidia’s AI in Microsoft 365, initially for grammar correction, Q&A helper bots, and text prediction.
This move is only the start, so let’s look at how this AI capability could boost your productivity and evolve over the next few years.
Making Microsoft 365 smart: Step 1
One of the biggest frustrations for me is that even with products like IBM Watson in the market, we still don’t have smart digital assistants. Most translate queries into text, post them in a search