Posts tagged: AI

Microsoft at Gartner Data and Analytics Summit 2019 in Orlando, FL

Next week, 4,000+ data and analytics leaders will gather in Orlando, Florida for the 2019 Gartner Data and Analytics Summit. Microsoft is very excited to sponsor this event and bring some of our best experts to meet with attendees to discuss how to drive data and analytics into the core of your business. We will … Continue reading “Microsoft at Gartner Data and Analytics Summit 2019 in Orlando, FL”

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Python visualizations in Power BI Service

With our February update of Power BI, you can now share, publish and view Python visuals in your reports and dashboards. This update extends the support for Python in the Power BI Desktop to the Power BI service. This ability completes the support for Python in Power BI, enabling you to use Python scripts to … Continue reading “Python visualizations in Power BI Service”

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Ask a question using natural language updates

You did know that Power BI supports natural language queries, right? All you need to do is to add the Q&A button to your report and your customers will be able to navigate their data just by asking questions. We have recently just released a set of new capabilities for Q&A for you to all enjoy; Ask a related question Row level security over Cloud AS models

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Python Episode 1 – A New hope

With the release of Python inside Power BI, we, the Power BI team have come together to show you some of our favorite python packages. Python is a great addition to the Power BI family by providing you the ability to perform quick data transformation or plot cool data visualizations. You can even expand your Power BI reports further by bringing in sophisticated machine learning and AI.

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Announcing AI-powered app recommendations: getting the right insights to the right people

Today, we are excited to announce that Power BI will leverage the power of AI to suggest interesting and relevant content to your end users. To see the power of this feature in action, start by going to the Power BI apps tab in the Power BI service. Prior to this, you would see the list of apps in AppSource that you had access to, sorted alphabetically. Now…

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