Microsoft is investigating whether its new system for processing crowdsourced data will work as expected.
The company released a video on Wednesday that shows the company’s new data processing system running on a cloud computing platform.
The cloud platform can handle many types of data, from photos to music to social media posts.
Microsoft has been testing a similar system for more than a year, according to the company.
It has not revealed the exact numbers that the system is capable of processing.
Microsoft is working with other companies on its system.
The firm said it will announce its findings in a blog post on Wednesday.
The technology is expected to help solve many of the problems associated with crowd-sourced data.
Crowdsourcing is a technology that allows users to make up their own data, with a goal of making it easier for companies to collect data.
The tech has become increasingly popular in recent years.
Microsoft’s new cloud platform could help solve the data-processing challenge.
The software, known as “Project Stream,” is used to process large amounts of data from many different sources, such as social media, video, audio and images.
Microsoft plans to open up the system to public soon.
The platform was created to help organizations improve how they interact with users and improve the speed of data processing.
The system, which Microsoft said will be open to the public, is based on Microsoft Azure cloud computing.