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- 06/28/12--08:00: Conference in Beijing Spotlights Programming Languages
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- 07/16/12--09:00: Faculty Summit ’12: Virtual Collaboration
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Rick Rashid, Microsoft chief research officer and head of Microsoft Research, discusses Alan Turing's contributions on the occasion of the centenary of Turing's birth.
Jingdong Wang and Shipeng Li of Microsoft Research Asia, are presenting a paper during the annual conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition that explains their success in enabling users to filter web images quickly and effectively.
Accurate analysis of Twitter data is limited by the fact that Twitter is a self-reporting social medium, which introduces a significant self-reporting bias into data, Microsoft Research reveals.
GPS technology has been embraced by users worldwide, but it works poorly in indoor settings. A paper from Microsoft Research and Johns Hopkins University describes a technique using FM radio signals that could help provide similar services indoors.
Duncan Watts, principal researcher at Microsoft Research New York City, argues that social science is real science and therefore worthy of serious research.
Professor Sir Tony Hoare of Microsoft Research Cambridge has proposed an alternative Turing Test that could yield more effective tools for software developers.
Researchers from Microsoft have developed a way to boost the power efficiency of Wi-Fi tethering.
The 33rd conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation, held at Microsoft Research Asia, enabled attendees to discuss the compilers and tools that make today's devices and apps possible.
A Microsoft Research India team uses paper cards and inexpensive webcams to help teachers in developing countries gauge student responses.
Cliplets, a small, free applications that can generate a combination of still photography and video, now can output an animated GIF.
Participants in the First Workshop on Programming the Semantic Web, part of the International Semantic Web Conference in Boston this November, are encouraged to submit papers that papers that discuss and promote the programming facet of the Semantic Web.
Selected keynotes and panel discussions will be streamed live from the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2012, scheduled for July 16 and 17.
Microsoft researcher David Heckerman helped stop junk mail headaches. Now, he's using some of the same techniques he helped pioneer to fight HIV.
Scholars in the Microsoft Research Ph.D. Scholarship Programme and students from partnering universities and institutions convened at Microsoft Research Cambridge in the first week of July for its annual Ph.D. Summer School.
A team at Microsoft Research Asia has created a hardware localization technology that enables you to play a multi-player sword fighting game using only smartphones.
Microsoft Research holds its annual Faculty Summit 2012 on July 16 and 17, and much of this year’s event will be streamed to interested individuals around the world.
Joan Savage, a recent recipient of a master's degree from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, credits her fellow interns and researchers for the wonderful adventure she enjoyed this spring at Microsoft Research Asia.
During the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, held July 16-17 in Redmond, Wash., Microsoft Research Connections announced the release of Science@Microsoft, an e-book that focuses on years of academic collaboration.
Adding a camera to a stylus could let it interact with any device—even one without a touch screen.
Jennifer Chayes, Microsoft distinguished scientist and managing director of Microsoft Research New England and Microsoft Research New York City, says science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are the keys to innovation