Microsoft's Windows Ink will soon do your math homework for you
Mathematica doesn't use rainbow-colored ink, though.
Mark Hachman | @markhachman
Senior Editor, PCWorld
Aug 1, 2016 4:00 AM
Microsoft’s new inking technology within Windows 10’s Anniversary Update, Windows Ink, has just begun to recognize what you write. Its next chapter? Equations.
Shortly before reviews of Windows 10’s Anniversary Update hit on Monday, Microsoft showed off a rather sophisticated update to OneNote: Microsoft’s note-taking app was able to interpret mathematical equations entered using Windows Ink and also solve them—and show its work. Microsoft will begin providing this technology to consumers in the coming months, the company said.