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Microsoft Research Blog
Introducing LiveOcean: A cloud-based predictive system from the University of Washington and Microsoft Research of ocean acidification properties that may help the shellfish industry survive changing conditions by providing forecasts about ocean water.
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Date: 2 February 2016
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Microsoft News Center
Microsoft researchers believe placing datacenters under water could solve several problems by introducing a new power source, greatly reducing cooling costs, closing the distance to connected populations and making it easier and faster to set them up.
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Date: 1 February 2016
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The New York Times
Microsoft has tested a prototype of a self-contained data center that can operate hundreds of feet below the surface of the ocean, eliminating one of the technology industry’s most expensive problems: the air-conditioning bill.
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Date: 31 January 2016
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Bloomberg Business
Besides Skype, other services that have benefited from the recent transformation include cloud productivity tools in Office, faster and more power-efficient servers running Bing, and the augmented-reality headset HoloLens.
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Date: 25 January 2016
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Researchers say the CNTK could be useful to anyone from deep learning startups to more established companies that are processing a lot of data in real time, and can help drive artificial intelligence breakthroughs.
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Date: 25 January 2016
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Computer vision technologies ranging from face detection to visual recognition have contributed to the Microsoft Selfie app's meteoric rise in popularity, and new features include social sharing.
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Date: 21 January 2016
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Microsoft researchers Jennifer Listgarten and Nicolo Fusi helped create a machine learning system to predict which part of a gene to target when a scientist wants to knockout -- or shut off -- a gene.
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Date: 18 January 2016
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WIRED
Deep learning is nowhere close to reaching its potential, but researchers are identifying new ways to build deep neural networks that can get way deeper.
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Date: 14 January 2016
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TechRadar
Peter Lee and Jian Sun discuss the "ultra-deep learning" approach to successful image recognition and its potential for future applications.
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Date: 28 December 2015
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NPR all tech considered
Microsoft's Vikram Dendi discusses the importance of neural networks in Skype Translator's near-real time speech-to-speech translation in this feature about the future of machine learning.
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Date: 24 December 2015
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Microsoft Research Academic Programs Blog
Jeannette Wing, corporate vice president at Microsoft Research, says computational thinking is a fundamental, basic ability that all people will be using, just like everyone learns to read, write, and multiply.
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Date: 17 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
A team led by a Microsoft researcher has won the prestigious Marr prize in computer vision research for a paper that presents an alternative to what is currently the most popular method of teaching computers to recognize images.
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Date: 16 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
A principal researcher in Microsoft's research lab in Redmond, Washington, Sudipta Sengupta's collaborations have resulted in such groundbreaking work in networking and data storage and management that he recently was named an IEEE Fellow.
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Date: 11 December 2015
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Microsoft researchers on Thursday announced a major advance in technology designed to identify the objects in a photograph or video, showcasing a system whose accuracy meets and sometimes exceeds human-level performance.
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Date: 10 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Mary Czerwinski, Cynthia Dwork and Sriram Rajamani have been honored as Fellows of the Association for Computing Machinery for their significant contributions to the development and application of computing across multiple disciplines.
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Date: 8 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
The Computational Network Toolkit has led to significant improvements in machine learning efficiency and its combination with Azure GPU Lab allows users to build and train deep neural nets for Cortana speech recognition up to 10 times faster than before.
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Date: 7 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Hanna Wallach and Jenn Wortman Vaughan were graduate students when they co-founded the Women in Machine Learning workshop. Now in its 10th year the workshop has nearly 300 registrants and steadily growing in popularity.
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Date: 7 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
A paradigm shift in adaptive data analysis is among the highlights of Microsoft research being presented at NIPS 2015, the premiere conference on machine learning.
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Date: 4 December 2015
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Microsoft News Center
A collection of predictions from 16 leaders and leading thinkers within Microsoft's Technology and Research organization on what technological innovations we can expect in the coming year.
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Date: 4 December 2015
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Inside Microsoft Research Blog
Adding to an already lengthy list of accolades, Li Deng has received the 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society Technical Achievement Award for outstanding contributions to deep learning and to automatic speech recognition.
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Date: 3 December 2015
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Microsoft News Center
In just a few years some researchers believe improvements in data availability, computing power and machine learning could reach a point where computers can understand the words people are saying about as well as a person would.
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Date: 3 December 2015
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GeekWire
In addition to Project Urban Air, which provides air quality levels across 72 cities in China, researchers have developed a way to help predict pollution levels up to 48 hours in advance.
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Date: 30 November 2015
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A team of Microsoft and CMU researchers developed a system that uses computer vision, deep learning and language understanding to analyze images and answer questions about them the same way humans would.
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Date: 24 November 2015
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Researchers from Microsoft and the French research organization INRIA are making public two sets of code that are part of an extensive Internet security project to create a much more secure method for implementing the Transport Layer Security.
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Date: 18 November 2015
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Microsoft News Center
An anthology of original stories by nine award-winning sci-fi authors inspired by the work Microsoft researchers are doing is available to everyone as a free download.
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Date: 17 November 2015
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