Microsoft uses artificial intelligence to decide which devices to upgrade first

Over the last few years, we have been talking to you about the potential of artificial intelligence, which today has enormous practical applications. For example, just a few days ago we told you that Uber wants to use artificial intelligence to identify drunken passengers. We recently learned that Microsoft has an artificial intelligence-based system that decides which Windows 10 devices should receive updates first.

Microsoft uses artificial intelligence to decide which devices to upgrade first

As the Microsoft blog tells us, the technology giant has begun to use artificial intelligence on a large scale with the aim of greatly improving the quality and reliability of Windows 10 software updates. Specifically, the company officially began to use artificial intelligence since the update on April 10, 2018.

It appears that the result of this measure is a substantial improvement in user satisfaction, with fewer reported problems compared to previous versions of Windows 10. The program was initially launched in test mode with the fall update, where the artificial intelligence developed by Microsoft collected data from the types of devices that had a good experience in upgrading the system.

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According to the source, the company has trained artificial intelligence to recognize devices that in the past have had good experiences updating the system and offer them updates before other devices. In addition to improving the experience, the company says it has made updates faster. This is undoubtedly an interesting use of artificial intelligence, which highlights the multitude of practical applications of this technology.