Exciting AI and Enterprise Features For Power BI

Microsoft introduced a bunch of new Exciting AI and Enterprise features for Power BI, at Business Application summit, Atlanta.

Recently, At Microsoft Business Application summit the company shared some exciting New AI and Enterprise features for Power BI.
 
The company has added several new capabilities to Power BI.
 
The company said that the new UI for Power BI Desktop allows "citizen analysts" to explore data, without relying on learning specialized skills. And, Report consumers, now have a new consumption experience including new navigation UI elements to match the consistent fluent design language allowing users to find and consume content more easily.
 
 
The Power BI Mobile iOS app is now integrated with Siri shortcuts. Microsoft also announced the release of visual level filters for slicers. And, the new personalized visualization pane will give report authors the ability to choose which marketplace visuals are available for them persistently in Power BI Desktop.
 
Paginated Reports(now generally available) bring new enterprise reporting capabilities to Power BI Premium. These reports can be published in Power BI alongside existing interactive reports and can be built atop the same Power BI datasets.
 
The company said that it has also completed the release of shared and certified datasets in the Power BI service and have released support in the June release of Power BI Desktop.
 
Other new capabilities to advance "Unified Platform for Enterprise BI" include, public preview of calculation groups, Aggregations general availability coming in July, Enhanced dataflows compute engine Public Preview, and Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) Public Preview.
 
The company also announced the general availability of Azure Cognitive Services and Azure ML dataflows integration.
 
Analysts can use Azure Cognitive Services(models) to extract insights from images by detecting objects. And all these AI enrichments will be easily consumed by end users through interactive Power BI reports.
 
To learn more you can visit the official blog here.