Microsoft are bringing back the Kinect camera in a new, smaller form. Rather than being used for gaming, this new iteration is aimed at AI applications. With an onboard computer and accelerometer, it may be a useful device for robotics for those who cannot obtain an Intel Euclid any more.
Microsoft has said that the new Kinect will be available next year.
PC World's online site says that "Microsoft plans to announce a partnership with DJI, the world’s largest drone company, on an SDK for Windows PCs. The SDK means that Windows users will essentially be able to remote-pilot drones right from their PC, including flight control and real-time data transfer."
Below is a YouTube video of the section of the Build 2018 keynote address that covers Kinect for Azure.