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- 07/02/15--09:00: Microsoft open sources WorldWide Telescope
- 07/06/15--09:00: Academics invited to create new Microsoft HoloLens experiences
- 07/07/15--03:00: Microsoft and the micro:bit: A million ways to inspire a generation
- 07/09/15--08:00: Exploring the frontiers of computing
- 07/10/15--06:00: How to inkjet-print an electronic circuit
- 07/10/15--08:00: Young coders compete in 2015 Beauty of Programming
- 07/10/15--09:00: The next evolution of machine learning: Machine teaching
- 07/16/15--14:00: 2015 Summer School inspires top PhD students
- 07/20/15--06:00: Sora high performance software radio is now open source
- 07/24/15--09:00: Crowd wisdom among many topics examined at top AI event
- 08/04/15--15:00: Securing today's data against tomorrow's quantum computers
At next week's International Conference on Machine Learning, Chris Burges, a research manager and principal researcher in Microsoft Research’s Machine Learning Intelligence Group, will receive the Test of Time Award.
On July 8–9, more than 350 academic researchers and educators will join Microsoft researchers and engineers for the sixteenth annual Microsoft Research Faculty Summit in Redmond, Washington. Key portions will be streamed live.
We are incredibly pleased to announce that the WorldWide Telescope is now open source under the MIT license and has become an independent project as part of the .NET Foundation.
Join us in advancing the creation of new holographic computing experiences via the Microsoft HoloLens Academic RFP, which will award US$100,000 and two HoloLens development kits to academic institutions.
Two of Microsoft's distinguished scientists, Christopher Bishop and Eric Horvitz, will host a panel of experts at Faculty Summit 2015 to discuss progress in artificial intelligence: myths, realities and aspirations.
Later this year the BBC together with Microsoft and other partners will provide every Year 7 student (age 11-12) in the United Kingdom with their own micro:bit personal computing device they can use to explore the possibilities of computer science.
Microsoft researchers this week introduced WearDrive, a way to make wearable gadgets such as fitness trackers go much longer between charges. The paper outlining WearDrive was named one of the three best papers at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference.
Harold Javid, director of Academic Outreach, Microsoft Research, summarizes the highlights of the first day of Faculty Summit 2015, namely the diversity of the participants representing the full breadth of computing disciplines.
Steve Hodges, head of the sensors and devices group at Microsoft's Cambridge U.K. research lab, wants to make it easy to prototype electronic devices, so he's found a way to print circuits with an inkjet printer.
Artificial intelligence was the theme of this year's Beauty of Programming competition, which encourages talented young programmers to use their skills to solve practical problems.
Microsoft researchers are at the forefront of machine teaching: an effort to help people without a machine learning background teach their systems to get better based on experience.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talks about his thinking around product differentiation and being ahead of the curve in this Q-and-A with Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley.
Top PhD students from Europe, the Middle East and Africa gathered for the tenth annual Microsoft Research Cambridge, U.K. PhD Summer School for a mix of scientific talks and demonstrations, training sessions and other practical activities.
Microsoft researchers today announced their high-performance software radio project, Microsoft Research Software Radio (Sora), is now open sourced through GitHub. Sora aims to implement the latest wireless communication technology easily and efficiently.
Jennifer Tour Chayes, a distinguished scientist and managing director of Microsoft's New England and New York City research labs, was named the 2015 John von Neumann Lecturer, tthe Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics' highest honor.
Microsoft Research is contributing its expertise in machine learning, cloud computing, and environmental science to help the United States Department of Agriculture measure the vulnerability of the food supply to climate change.
Microsoft researchers contributed to 20 papers on AI research at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence spanning multiple disciplines, including machine learning, computational sustainability and even the arts.
One year later, the Eye Gaze Wheelchair that captured imaginations and the grand prize at Microsoft’s first company-wide hackathon last summer has made major advances.
Microsoft's Chris Bishop, among other renowned researchers, share inspiring stories of what led them to study artificial intelligence.
Krysta Svore is leading a team of Microsoft researchers in collaboration with chip maker NXP and Queensland University of Technology to develop encryption protocol that secures the Web to resist attacks from quantum computers.