A feature in Microsoft Office which will suggest edits that are politically correct has resurfaced. The feature changes words such as “manpower” to “workforce, staff, [or] personnel,” and “man” and “mankind” to “humanity, people, humankind,” Microsoft says. As well as gendered suggestions, Word also recommends changes for racial and ableist language.
Tensions escalate between President Trump and his favorite social media platform, Google and Microsoft considering investing in the Indian telecom market and the Raspberry Pi foundation announces a new Raspberry Pi. Here’s your Daily Crunch for May 28, 2020. 1. Jack Dorsey explains why Twitter fact-checked Trump’s false voting claims After Twitter flagged a pair […]
You've probably heard about Amazon Web Services and the #AWSCertified challenge. But did you know that Microsoft is also a cloud provider and offers professional certifications as well? After passing 3 AWS certifications, I wanted to learn new things and start with another cloud provider: Azure. My objectives were to
Microsoft today announced that Azure Quantum, its partner-centric quantum computing platform for developers who want to get started with quantum computing, is now in limited preview. First announced at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Azure Quantum brings together the hardware from IonQ, Honeywell, QCI and Microsoft, services from the likes of 1QBit, and the classical computing capabilities […]