It was only a few weeks ago that Microsoft announced enhancements heading to Power BI and PowerApps, its no-code business analytics service and web apps design platforms, respectively.
But that didn’t stop it from unveiling yet another set of features during the Microsoft Business Applications Summit in Atlanta, Georgia this week, where the company took the wraps off a new look for Power BI and improvements in Microsoft Flow, a service which lets users create rule-based workflows that automatically trigger actions, along with improvements in Power BI and PowerApps.
“We are getting tremendous feedback and energy from our customers and developers.
As James explained, AI Builder provides point-and-click solutions that address tasks like forms processing, object detection, and text and binary classification for app makers.
He believes it’s particularly well-suited to banking, hospitality, and manufacturing scenarios and industries, where responding to customer feedback with an AI model might be highly desirable.
Microsoft also announced that it’s expanding Power BI’s vision and text analysis components with entity detection and text and handwriting recognition.