Microsoft announces AI platform for Windows 10 but experts warn of security risks

Microsoft announces AI platform for Windows 10 but experts warn of security risks

Microsoft announces AI platform for Windows 10 but experts warn of security risks

Microsoft announced last week that it will launch a new AI platform for Windows 10 that will allow developers to introduce pre-trained machine learning models in their apps, thereby offering more features to Windows users.

Despite opening up Windows 10 to the world of AI, Microsoft failed to inform users about serious security implications that AI may introduce in the long run.

In a blog post last week, Microsoft waxed lyrical about the possibilities that a new AI platform for Windows 10 could introduce in the future. It said that the next big update to Windows 10 would include an AI platform which will enable developers to 'use pre-trained machine learning models in their Apps on Windows devices'.

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