It's that time of year again: Microsoft Build is back for 2018. This year, we're expecting to hear plenty about AI and Microsoft's continued push into the realm of edge computing. And while there's no telling exactly what's coming down the pike, Microsoft might have a few surprises in store as well.
Updated May 7, 2018: The keynote has ended, but if you missed it, a replay is available via the video player below.
For day one of the three-day event, Microsoft is kicking things off with a keynote from CEO Satya Nadella starting at 8:30 a.m. PT / 11:30 a.m. ET (find your local time here). You can tune in via the video embed below, or follow along at Microsoft's official Build 2018 site. And if you're here a little early, take a gander at what we expect from Build 2018.
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