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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Trill, a new high-performance streaming analytics engine developed by Microsoft researchers, can process data at two to four orders of magnitude faster than today's streaming engines.
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Date: 27 January 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Upon receiving the AAAI Feigenbaum Prize, Eric Horvitz, managing director of Microsoft Research's Redmond Lab, shares some reflections on the future of artificial intelligence.
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Date: 27 January 2015
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Quartz
Microsoft researcher James Mickens says intention is key to achieving your goals, particularly for people from underrepresented communities who aspire to be computer scientists. Read the full interview at Quartz.
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Date: 20 January 2015
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WinBeta
Office Mix, the PowerPoint “superset” that allows users to annotate slides, add audio and video, and embed interactive elements like quizzes, began as an effort to help teachers in the classroom, but interest has grown to be much more widespread.
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Date: 16 January 2015
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WinBeta
With some 25 billion devices expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, Microsoft has created an SDK called the "Lab of Things" to create an experimental platform and help spur developer interest.
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Date: 12 January 2015
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ACM.org
Turing Award winner Leslie Lamport, a Principal Researcher, and Eric Horvitz, Distinguished Scientist and Managing Director, Microsoft Research, were named 2014 Association for Computing Machinery Fellows for innovations in computing.
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Date: 8 January 2015
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Next at Microsoft Blog
In the first Next at Microsoft podcast, a series of discussions with original thinkers, innovators and tech luminaries, George Takei shares his thoughts on technology, social media, and his recent visit to Microsoft's new innovation hub, The Garage.
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Date: 8 January 2015
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WorldWideTelescope,org
WorldWide Telescope began in 2007 led from within Microsoft Research as a unified astronomical image and data environment for exploratory research, teaching, and public outreach. Learn more about its open-source transition from the OpenWWT Consortium.
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Date: 7 January 2015
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Infosys Science Foundation
Madhu Sudan, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research New England, has been awarded the Infosys Prize 2014 in Mathematical Sciences, for his seminal contributions to probabilistically checkable proofs and error-correcting codes.
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Date: 6 January 2015
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Among the numerous collaborations between Microsoft Research and major Chinese universities is a project to bridge linguistic and cultural gulfs around the world, and, potentially help preserve endangered minority languages.
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Date: 6 January 2015
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Skype Translator, a Turing Award winner, record-setting texting, and deep learning are among the topics covered in our top feature stories of 2014.
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Date: 2 January 2015
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The Globe and Mail
Could annoying ads online actually cost more -- in lost, irritated or disengaged readers -- than they’re worth? That’s the question explored in a study from Microsoft Research, to be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Marketing Research.
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Date: 1 January 2015
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Tsinghua University and Microsoft Research Asia have established a pioneering graduate course on Big Data Foundations and Applications, to enhance students' understanding of big data and provide an opportunity to conduct experiments using Microsoft Azure.
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Date: 31 December 2014
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USA Today
Xim, the popular photo-sharing app from Microsoft Research, was named one of the best apps of 2014 by USA Today.
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Date: 26 December 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Addressing one of the core problems in statistics and machine learning, Microsoft researchers have developed a new, more efficient algorithm that enables exact sampling, which was honored with an Outstanding Paper Award at NIPS 2014.
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Date: 23 December 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Our most popular blog posts of 2014 reflect the breadth of our research and our collaborative efforts across multiple product groups as well as with external organizations worldwide.
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Date: 22 December 2014
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Microsoft machine learning researcher Hanna Wallach's recent talk at the NIPS 2014 workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning, "Big Data, Machine Learning, and the Social Sciences," is now available online.
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Date: 22 December 2014
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Software Development Times
Windows App Studio now has the ability to import apps and games programmed using TouchDevelop as a data source. TouchDevelop was developed by Microsoft Research to simplify the creation of cross-device mobile and Web apps.
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Date: 19 December 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
A new effort to predict floods, the National Flood Interoperability Experiment (NFIE), uses Microsoft Azure to perform statistical analysis and build prediction models that rely on the almost limitless scalability of the cloud.
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Date: 18 December 2014
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Wired
Skype Translator is based on work that’s been going on quietly inside Microsoft’s research and development labs for more than a decade.
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Date: 17 December 2014
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Next at Microsoft
The top-ranked app Xim now supports photo sharing on the big screen via streaming media devices, including Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One and Amazon Fire TV.
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Date: 17 December 2014
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Fortune
Microsoft Research's new speech translation technology parses natural human languages in realtime, turning Skype calls and chats into multi-lingual conversations. The world just got smaller.
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Date: 16 December 2014
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Microsoft Research Connections Blog
Learn how researchers are studying the renowned Brazilian cloud forests with help from the Microsoft Azure for Research project.
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Date: 16 December 2014
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New York Times
Eric Horvitz, Managing Director, Microsoft Research Redmond, and his wife, Mary, are funding a 100-year study that will chart the progress of artificial intelligence and its effect on society.
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Date: 15 December 2014
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Skype Blog
Register for the Skype Translator preview program, starting today with two spoken languages, Spanish and English, and 40+ instant messaging languages, for Windows 8.1 Skype users.
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Date: 15 December 2014
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