Cortana And Power BI

Paul Turley combines Cortana Analytics and Power BI:

I’ve made a quick video to demonstrate how it works.  By the way, you can just type your questions instead of speaking them to Cortana.  Questions are sent to the Power BI Q&A feature for the datasets you chose to integrate from your subscription.

Check out the video.  I want Jarvis within 10 years, people.

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