The world of computing is ever changing, and nowhere more so than in the combination of software and consumer devices. We have entered the age of natural user interfaces, and this fact requires innovation in areas of computer vision, translation, audio sensing, and machine learning. Security, privacy, and the effect of the data deluge in the systems we build have taken on global significance in our socially networked world.
The twelfth Microsoft Research Faculty Summit provides a forum for lively debate of the development, application, and funding of these technologies in the environmental, medical, and educational spheres over a long period of time. The program consists of a variety of keynotes, talks, panels, workshops, and demonstrations. Participants will come away with a much better idea of the integral part that industrial research plays in society, education, and technology transfer, and with how they can contribute to this thriving community in the future.
This is the electronic program guide for the Faculty Summit 2011 in Redmond, WA, USA in July. The app includes information on the sessions and talks of the summit. The "Now" page indicates what sessions are happening at the moment and what sessions are next. Tap on a paper to see its abstract and add it to favorites if you like it.
More about the Faculty Summit 2011.