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IEEE Spectrum
The quirky cant of Twitter and Facebook helped Microsoft build the tools for its real-time translator.
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Date: 22 August 2014
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The Atlantic
Nearly every tech company uses the same imperfect mechanism to flag abuse.
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Date: 21 August 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
The WorldWide Telescope Digital Dome project is bringing enhanced planetarium experiences to Chinese schools at every level.
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Date: 20 August 2014
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I Programmer
Gordon Bell, who turns 80 today, has lived through an era in which computers occupied entire building through to being able to carry one in your pocket or around your neck.
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Date: 19 August 2014
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MIT Technology Review
Turing winner loves to solve practical problems.
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Date: 19 August 2014
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Papers, awards, and accolades during SIGCOMM 2014 highlight Microsoft achievements in the networking community, while deployments in Azure data centers underscore the value of collaboration between research and product teams.
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Date: 19 August 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research
WindUp is a project from Microsoft Research to learn how people create, share, and discuss content online.
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Date: 15 August 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Tony Hey of Microsoft Research discusses his keynote address during the sixth annual Computing at School conference, held at the U.K.'s Birmingham University.
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Date: 14 August 2014
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Association for Computing Machinery
Jeannette Wing, corporate vice president of Microsoft Research, discusses computational thinking, security and privacy in a world of big data, and her fondness for the nickname her former students bestowed upon her.
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Date: 14 August 2014
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United Press International
Microsoft researcher Kristen Lauter, president-elect of the Association for Women in Mathematics, says that the Fields Medal won by Stanford's Maryam Mirzakhani, the first woman to claim the honor, could inspire more women to study math.
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Date: 14 August 2014
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I Programmer
During SIGGRAPH 2014, Microsoft Research revealed how to transform any video camera into a useful depth camera.
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Date: 13 August 2014
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Computerworld
Microsoft moves from experiment to deployment of FPGAs to deliver faster search results.
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Date: 12 August 2014
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A Microsoft researcher is working toward a multisensory future for our devices.
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Date: 5 August 2014
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The Hindu
Nikhil Srivastava, one of three collaborators who recently won a prestigious prize for proving a half-century-old mathematical conjecture, discusses his achievement and his work.
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Date: 31 July 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Ph.D. students from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa convenced in Cambridge, England, in June for the Microsoft Research Cambridge 2014 Ph.D. Summer School.
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Date: 31 July 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
The 15th annual Microsoft Faculty Summit is over, but you can still experience much of it on demand.
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Date: 29 July 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have teamed up to tackle “food resilience,” one of several themes that make up the White House’s Climate Data Initiative.
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Date: 29 July 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research
Microsoft Research is one of several groups within Microsoft helping to support the Food Resilience theme of the White House’s Climate Data Initiative by exposing pertinent data sets in the cloud using Microsoft Azure.
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Date: 29 July 2014
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ReadWrite
Station Q is where Microsoft is building its vision for the future of computing.
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Date: 25 July 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research
In some ways, Station Q, Microsoft’s research lab for quantum computing, resembles a sleepy Southern California surfing community. In other ways, the facility represents nothing so much as the future of computing.
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Date: 24 July 2014
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Bloomberg TV
Microsoft sees its motion-detecting-camera technology as vital as it explores other sectors such as 3-D mapping and live surgery.
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Date: 23 July 2014
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Bloomberg Businessweek
At the Microsoft Research lab in Cambridge, U.K., scientists track animals and map climate change in their pursuit of the next big thing.
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Date: 23 July 2014
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KIRO Radio
Peter Lee, the head of Microsoft Research, joins host Dave Ross to discuss Project Adam, the groundbreaking work being done in the company's labs, and what it means to all of us.
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Date: 22 July 2014
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Bellevue Reporter
Microsoft researcher Jaime Teevan and her son are in the midst of an epic adventure--a 120-mile walk that will culminate with a birthday visit to Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, Wash.
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Date: 21 July 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research
Trishul Chilimbi, featured in a video segment of the Microsoft Research Luminaries series, embellishes on his explanation of Project Adam earlier this week with a few comments on how that work’s deep-learning approach could affect future programming.
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Date: 18 July 2014
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