Microsoft Researcher and 7-Year-Old Son Depart for Grand Mound on Foot
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.
Project Adam and the Future of Programming
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.
New Hope for People Living with Paralysis
The Lab of Things from Microsoft Research benefits researchers experimenting with connected devices in various domains, and now, it is helping to accelerate research on helping people with disabilities.
Stopping Bugs Before They Sneak into Software
New research from Microsoft researcher Andrew Begel and his collaborators enables technological analysis of when a software programmer is encountering difficulty—a significant step toward preventing bugs from being introduced into code.
On Welsh Corgis, Computer Vision, and the Power of Deep Learning
Project Adam from Microsoft Research uses a new, distributed-systems architecture and techniques to scale deep neural networks, in speed and accuracy, to perform computer-vision recognition and categorization tasks at world-record levels of performance.
Microsoft Challenges Google’s Artificial Brain With ‘Project Adam’
Microsoft Research says it has achieved new records with a deep learning system it calls Adam that is twice as adept as previous systems at recognizing images while using 30 times fewer machines.
Why Microsoft's Cortana Is 14 for 14 Calling World Cup Matches
Microsoft’s Cortana, the personal assistant available on Windows Phone, has called every FIFA World Cup elimination-round match correctly. That’s right, she’s 14 for 14, with help from Microsoft Research.
Korea’s Computer Science Talent Sparkles at Microsoft Research Asia
Korea Day at Microsoft Research 2014, held in Beijing on June 9, featured creative, collaborative projects from the top eight universities in Korea.
New Spanish Edition of 'The Fourth Paradigm: Data Intensive Scientific Discovery'
On May 28, an event at Mexico City's Metropolitan Autonomous University celebrated the launch of the Spanish edition of "The Fourth Paradigm: Data Intensive Scientific Discovery," based on the vision of computing pioneer Jim Gray.
Innovator Instigator Peter Lee Shakes Up Microsoft Research
Corporate Vice President Peter Lee, head of Microsoft Research, is taking Microsoft’s huge research division to new levels by encouraging his researchers to seek the next big thing and not worry about being wacky.
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