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Microsoft Releases Hummingbird AI News App

Microsoft silently launched the Hummingbird AI News App for Google Play and also Apple’s App Store.

It’s at the moment offered just within the United States and is the firm’s 2nd News aggregate application.

Hummingbird allows anyone to pick their preferred subjects and even subtopics coming from a list, and create a curated feed of headlines referred to as ‘Your Mix.’ During any stage, people can easily mute a news report source or even dislike a report, easily customizing the feed to your preferences regarding coverage.

The application is believed to improve with discovering news sources & topics the more people make use of it.

This App resembles the ‘For You’ feeder within Google News application, and also to the ‘My News’ RSS feed in Microsoft’s own News application.

Having said that, Microsoft News depends on humanistic curation, as matched up to Google & Hummingbird’s AI-based news feeds.

Hummingbird opens up narratives via an in-app web browser, therefore, do not assume each and every article to be formatted exactly the same.

The application features a “Reader mode”, that is a little bit erratic in formatting and does not always present text message perfectly.

In case you’re a pushover when it comes to a tidy user interface, you’re much better off making use of something like Pocket.

Considering that this particular application is available exclusively within the United States, the curation & sources tend to be fairly US-centric– therefore it’s difficult to tell you right now whether I ‘d make use of it, as my go-to resource when it comes to News reports.

With any luck, Microsoft is going to roll this App out globally very soon.

 

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Robert Overtone

Robert is our Tech wiz. With a Degree in Computer Science and English literature, he loves to research the latest of the tech world and is great getting to the heart of what’s going on in that arena. At times we need to put a damper of his opinions as they might come off a little strong. “NOT” Keep it rolling Robert, we love your thoughts and insight. Did we mention that he is also a Pet Lover? and as such writes for many other Pet Website on the net, including our own.

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