How Microsoft could beat Siri and Google Now: A modern Microsoft Bob

Mark Hachman, , Jul 26, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is interesting. "Behind the scenes, Microsoft has been busy developing what it calls its Satori engine, named for the first step on the Buddhist path to enlightenment. Satori’s goal, Microsoft says, is to build the 'world’s largest repository of knowledge' for Bing to tap into, always there to provide assistance when asked. Behind the scenes, Satori will collect and collate information from the Web, organizing it within Bing, and using individual applications as the portals for delivery to users." If we think of the impact Google had on online learning, we can imagine the sort of impact a successful implementation of Satori would have.

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