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- 02/13/15--09:00: _Building the Talent...
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- 02/18/15--06:01: _2015 Oscars Predict...
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- 02/23/15--09:00: _Microsoft's Oscar W...
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- 02/26/15--09:00: _The Human Touch in ...
- 02/26/15--15:00: _Microsoft Builds Co...
- 03/05/15--12:00: _Chinese Tradition I...
- 03/09/15--09:00: _Dreaming Big at SxS...
- 03/11/15--06:00: _Bill Buxton and Kat...
- 03/13/15--12:00: _Einstein Brings Adv...
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- 02/13/15--09:00: Building the Talent Pipeline: The HKUST Joint Lab Story
- 02/17/15--09:00: Orleans Simplifies Development of Scalable Apps for the Cloud
- 02/18/15--09:00: Scholarship Aims To Increase Women in Computing
- 02/19/15--06:00: Celebrating Diversity in Computing
- 02/20/15--09:00: 2015 Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship Projects Announced
- 02/23/15--09:00: Microsoft's Oscar Win: Prediction Model Nails 20 out of 24 Awards
- 02/25/15--13:00: Microsoft Research Expands Microsoft Band Productivity Functionality
- 02/26/15--09:00: The Human Touch in Computing
- 02/26/15--15:00: Microsoft Builds Concepts and Ideas into Features and Functionality
- 03/09/15--09:00: Dreaming Big at SxSWedu: Promoting IT to Young Girls
- 03/11/15--06:00: Bill Buxton and Kat Holmes on Microsoft's Philosophy of Design
- 03/17/15--09:00: Lab of Things Enables Research and Teaching
Collaboration between Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and Microsoft Research Asia helps students pursue research in many areas, from computer vision and graphics to visualization and data mining to search and multimedia.
Project Orleans from Microsoft Research enables developers to work above the cloud by handling complexities such as reliability and distributed resource management, making building scalable apps for the cloud as easy as building desktop apps.
The National Center for Women and Information Technology today awarded $40,000 to the eleventh-round recipients of the NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund, which is sponsored by Microsoft Research.
While it may be difficult to name a year in which The Oscars were not embroiled in some controversy regarding nominees, this year seems particularly pronounced. Yet, notes Microsoft researcher David Rothschild, the un-nominated may affect who wins.
Microsoft Research, committed to increasing women’s presence in computing, announces this year's winners of the Microsoft Research Graduate Women’s Scholarship.
The value of diversity is why Microsoft Research is pleased to join with other groups across the company to support the 2015 ACM Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, which brings together academics and computing professinals of all backgrounds.
Microsoft Research's Cambridge lab announces funding and collaborative assistance for 19 PhD projects. The sholarship programme, has, since 2004, funded more than 200 academic research projects in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Microsoft researcher Doug Burger announces a breakthrough in high-performance machine learning based on an ultra-efficient convolutional neural network accelerator.
It was a big night for Hollywood, and also for Microsoft. A prediction model developed by David Rothschild, an economist in Microsoft Research’s New York City lab, correctly pegged 20 out of 24 of the Academy Award winners.
The UpTake: Microsoft's New York City based research lab nailed their Oscar predictions last night, which could be good news for businesses using the technology.
Microsoft researchers' innovations add a virtual keyboard and voice replies to Microsoft Band, along with machine-learning enhancements to canned responses.
Microsoft's research collaboration with Chinese University of Hong Kong focuses on computing that recognizes natural human gestures and voice commands, and responds accordingly.
Today there were two great examples of how Microsoft takes ideas and encourages company employees to build them into reality.The first example relates to the Microsoft Band updates that were released this past Monday.
A new online Chinese riddle game is steeped in more than just tradition. It resulted from a challenge between colleagues to build a computer that could solve riddles, and, in turn, has led to numerous machine translation advancements and patents.
Microsoft Research's Rane Johnson-Stempson blogs from SxSWedu about promoting computer science careers to young women, and the screening of the inspirational film, "Big Dream."
In the second episode of the Next at Microsoft podcast series, Bill Buxton and Kat Holmes offer a glimpse into how Microsoft is bringing inclusive, human-centered thinking to the user’s experience with technology.
An advanced version of Cortana, Microsoft's "personal assistant" on Windows phones, and based on Microsoft Research's artificial intelligence project called "Einstein," will be available on Windows 10, and later on other platforms.
An update on the creative and noteworthy ways students and researchers are using the flexible Lab of Things platform for connected devices.
Microsoft researcher Kristin Lauter is at the forefront of a push to make sure human genome data can be securley stored, accessed and used for research -- without falling victim to prying eyes.
Dave Coplin, chief envisioning officer of Microsoft UK, and Dr. Kenji Takeda, of the Cambridge research lab, discuss the future of big data and its potential impact.