July 15–16, 2013 | Redmond, Washington, United States
Advances in science and technology have often been driven by the need to solve real-world problems, both social and scientific. From novel machine learning algorithms for recognizing and generating natural speech or accelerating drug discovery, to new devices and cloud services for the digital home and natural user interaction, software is experiencing rapid change—as well as being a key enabler for those advances. The computer science community is at the heart of these exciting trends.
The fourteenth annual Microsoft Research Faculty Summit brings leading academic researchers and educators together with Microsoft researchers and engineers to share ideas and results around some of today’s most exciting new directions. Key subjects to be discussed this year include machine and human intelligence, software engineering, computer vision, and quantum computing. The Faculty Summit provides a rare multidisciplinary opportunity to discuss major topics in contemporary computing research in a forum of thought leaders.
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