Hey, Cortana: Has Microsoft ruined its AI dreams by failing in the mobile space?
That's the question on the mind of some folks in our community forum, leading them to ask if not only Microsoft's AI strategy is at risk, but Windows as a whole. It's a valid concern, especially given how mobile has taken the world by storm. Everyone has a smartphone today, and many use it in place of a traditional Windows-based PC.
With Microsoft throwing in the towel on Windows mobile, one has to wonder how this is going to affect its future AI endeavors. Community member aximtreo referenced a recent Computerworld article that went into some detail about the void in Microsoft's arsenal, namely Windows phone, which could really set the company back compared to competitors.
What do you make of Microsoft's AI strategy? And do you believe not having a mobile presence is damaging? Sound off with your thoughts in our forums!
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