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Kishida secures $2.9 bil investment from Microsoft

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Be clear, using which solution, Google Cloud? AWS? Or need specific company?

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Man, imagine having to uninstall all those copies of Windows95!

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sakurasukiToday 09:07 am JST

Be clear, using which solution, Google Cloud? AWS? Or need specific company?

It's Microsoft, so Microsoft obviously.

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Microsofting Japan's AI technology in favor of human.

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What is the on the backside for Microsoft? Cheaper electricity to run the super computer?

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A young, dynamic workforce...

What is the on the backside for Microsoft? Cheaper electricity to run the super computer?

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gosh! snd he's only been there a day. what a man!!!!

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Cloud computing. Does it produce any tangible products or services? Nope. Only another massive data base where all data will be stored for governing the soon one world government. Revelation 13 is here.

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Cloud computing. Does it produce any tangible products or services? Nope.

Says the guy posting on a cloud-hosted platform with that very comment...

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Well, you can process data much faster and cheaper than using non-cloud options (expensive hardware). Just don't store sensitive data there.

Cloud computing. Does it produce any tangible products or services? Nope. Only another massive data base where all data will be stored for governing the soon one world government. Revelation 13 is here.

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The cloud works daily for me. My sensitive documents and files are kept on my computers.

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This is about AI - Japan has a skills gap, so MS is training more people how to work in AI, so MS can hire them

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