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- 10/30/12--18:00: Political Forecasts Stir Up a Storm
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- 11/01/12--09:00: Inside Microsoft Research: TouchDevelop Now Available as Web App
- 11/16/12--16:00: Microsoft Research: Beyond Kinect, and Open-Source Robots
- 11/19/12--09:28: Chinese Edition of 'The Fourth Paradigm' Released
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In a paper presented during the Symposium on Cloud Computing, held Oct. 14-17, Microsoft researchers discuss time-bounded interactive services, a technique for scheduling shared computing resources in the cloud.
The most effective way to ascertain which visualization is best is to test it with live subjects, Microsoft researcher Mary Czerwinski told the audience during a VisWeek speech in Seattle on Oct. 16.
Microsoft chief research officer says Moore’s Law is a statement of human optimism.
Microsoft is not only seeking answers to how to fill all available jobs in the fields of science, engineering, engineering, and math, but also is focusing on the group believed to be a key solution: women.
Microsoft Research Asia’s Fellowship Program has been an inspiration to Asia Pacific computer-science Ph.D. candidates for the past 13 years, and that tradition continues in 2012.
The Microsoft Research Institute-FAPESP in IT supports a variety of cutting-edge projects, attendees of FAPESP Week 2012 learned in Toronto recently.
Student software developers have until Oct. 30 to enter Windows Phone or Windows 8 apps in the Project Hawaii Mobile Code Jam Challenge.
The Workshop on Computational and Online Social Science, held Oct. 12 in New York and organized by a couple of researchers from Microsoft Research New York City, focused on a uniquely 21st-century area of exploration.
Rick Rashid, head of Microsoft Research, discusses how networks are changing how we communicate, work, shop, and travel.
Nationwide polls may portray the presidential campaign as a neck-and-neck horse race, but less conventional data-crunching methods spit out a different picture.
Microsoft Research Connections is working with Mexican officials on a project to preserve the Mayan language by use of Microsoft Translator Hub.
TouchDevelop, an app that enabled the writing of smartphone apps on a smartphone, now has a companion web app that can work on any Windows 8 device with a touchscreen.
For three days in Tianjin, China, in late October, faculty members and students heard visions of the future during Microsoft Research Asia’s Computing in the 21st Century Conference and Asia Faculty Summit.
Scanners, sensors and a football-playing chair – just another day at Microsoft Research Cambridge.
Microsoft Research labs are “the far-seeing eyes of Microsoft,” says Andrew Blake, lab director of Microsoft Research Cambridge. “Our job is to be a cauldron bubbling with ideas and the ideas are there to be plucked out at the right moment."
Through the efforts of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the support of Microsoft Research, the Chinese edition of "The Fourth Paradigm" premiered in Beijing on October 23.
Leading figure in computer-science research brings strong leadership background to Microsoft Research International labs.
Stephen Emmott, head of the Computational Science Laboratory at Microsoft Research Cambridge, recently discussed new and emerging scientific methods and the reinvention of the natural sciences.
Jasmin Fisher of Microsoft Research Cambridge is using computer models that help her and like-minded researchers visualize how cancer grows, with the goal of finding successful treatment options.
Gordon Bell of Microsoft Research joins colleague Jim Gemmell to discuss lifelogging and its potential for helping to create the ultimate diary.