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Watch: Microsoft's VP of AI business opens AI-DAY 2018

24 Apr 2018

An event dedicated to the conventional and unconventional applications of artificial intelligence (AI) takes places in Auckland each year.

This year, 500 people attended AI-DAY at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, where keynotes, showcase talks, and panel discussions took place.  

The event’s opening keynote was by Steve ‘Guggs’ Guggenheimer, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of AI business.

Guggenheimer has been at Microsoft for over 20 years, and in his role today, he helps to build a new generation of AI-based solutions along with moving the broader AI conversation and platform forward.

Learn more about Microsoft's AI developments from Guggenheimer's AI-DAY keynote below:

Read more: Explore Microsoft's AI and security work in our exclusive interview with Steve Guggenheimer.

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