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- Academics invited to create new Microsoft HoloLens experiences 06 July 2015
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- Explore advances in artificial intelligence—and much more01 July 2015
- Standing the test of time: Microsoft researcher honored for prescient machine learning work01 July 2015
Two of Microsoft's distinguished scientists, Christopher Bishop and Eric Horvitz, will host a panel of experts at Faculty Summit 2015 to discuss progress in artificial intelligence: myths, realities and aspirations.
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More than 350 academic researchers and educators will join Microsoft researchers and engineers in Redmond, Washington, focused on both advancing the state of the art in computer science and using computing to solve real-world problems. Key portions of the July 8-9 conference will be streamed live.
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The Microsoft HoloLens Academic RFP will award US$100,000 and two HoloLens development kits to academic institutions.
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