Updating the assembly version date time
AI can perform tasks such as identifying patterns in the data more efficiently than humans, enabling businesses to gain more insight out of their data.
AI can be categorized in any number of ways, but here are two examples.
Of course, each project in your solution has an Assembly file which provides, among other things, the ability to set the Assembly name and version number.
Unfortunately, setting the assembly version here would require not only changing the version manually for each build (depending on your schedule), but keeping it in sync across all projects.
For most of my projects, that just means setting the Assembly Title, though you may feel Assembly Description is warranted.
Particular applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition and machine vision.
AI was coined by John Mc Carthy, an American computer scientist, in 1956 at The Dartmouth Conference where the discipline was born.
What we want from the build script (for now) is basically just to have the common assembly version number changed via a parameter (eventually to be passed in by the build server) and then for the project to build.
Also we’d like to have a flexibility to define what build configuration to use (debug, release, etc).