Here’s a sign that AI is now a core part of many enterprises.

Top executives now oversee most artificial intelligence projects, underscoring the importance C-suite managers place on A.I. for their companies.

In a survey of companies released Tuesday about the state of A.I. in business, 71% of respondents said that their company’s A.I. projects were “owned” by C-level executives, which include the likes of CEOs, chief financial officers, and chief technology officers. It’s a big jump from last year’s survey, conducted by the data training and annotation firm Appen, that found that the C-suite oversaw 39% of A.I. projects.

Jupyter Notebooks are a key tool for data scientists everywhere.

This article provides a high-level overview of Project Jupyter and the widely popular Jupyter notebook technology.

Project Jupyter is a nonprofit organization created to “develop open-source software, open-standards, and services for interactive computing across dozens of programming languages.” Spun-off from IPython in 2014 by co-founder Fernando Pérez, Project Jupyter supports execution environments in several dozen languages.

Microsoft Mechanics takes a look at the latest capabilities for Power Apps that allow you to build responsive and rich app experiences around your data and processes with zero-to-low-code. Power Apps is about building modern and cross-platform apps that are accessible to all types of users — from non-technical to developers. If you are new to Power Apps, the experience is similar to a cross between PowerPoint and Excel.

Join Jeremy Chapman as lead Power Apps Program Manager, Clay Wesener, shows you how to get started; from a blank app, ready-made templates, or based on data you already have. You’ll see new capabilities such as how to incorporate low-code components, components created using code by a pro developer, and how to use mixed reality to bridge the gap between your app and the real world – whether that’s working with geospatial controls, measuring spaces, or viewing 3D objects.