Microsoft news recap: campus buildings demolished as modernisation work begins, Microsoft has almost 2,000 AI-related job openings, and more

Jack Wilkinson

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Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!

Microsoft is the hungriest tech company for AI talent, with almost 2,000 job openings listed

In a new study, Microsoft has been found to be the largest recruiter of AI talent amongst the top tech recruiters. The company is looking to fill upwards of 2,000 positions related to artificial intelligence.

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Build 2019: Microsoft leaks dates for its annual Build conference

Microsoft’s annual conference, Build, hasn’t been officially announced just yet, but a hackathon that the company is running has potentially leaked the dates and location of Build 2019.

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Original Microsoft buildings demolished as campus modernization begins

Microsoft has started work on demolishing some of its original campus buildings as part of its modernisation project that aims to build new, expanded buildings that can house thousands more employees than is possible currently.

Mixer Go UWP app gets a major update and rebrands as Mixplay for Mixer

A third-party UWP app for Mixer, Mixer Go, has been rebranded to Mixplay for Mixer and received a number of changes and new features to go alongside the change of name.

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.