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Read the latest feature stories, news, and press releases about Microsoft Research.

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    Peli de Halleux of the Research in Software Engineering group at Microsoft Research Redmond demonstrates how easy it is to use TouchStudio.

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  • 05/12/11--04:00: How to Make a Human Antenna
  • A team from Microsoft Research has turned the human body into an antenna that receives ambient electromagnetic noise.

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    Hussein Salama, director of the Cairo Microsoft Innovation Center, discusses how Microsoft is enabling people to create Arabic-language content and interact with it.

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    Lili Cheng, general manager of FUSE Labs, discusses her group's Montage project and how tools can help advertisers swamped with data.

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    Microsoft researcher Alice Marwick unveils how the Facebook generation thinks about online privacy.

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    Microsoft Research has developed technology called AnatOnMe that projects what's going on underneath your skin on top of your skin.

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    A device from Microsoft Research that projects anatomical images onto the body could help patients "see" their injuries—and encourage them to do their exercises.

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    Augmented reality soon could dramatically reshape our lives, and Jaron Lanier of Microsoft Research says, "Extraordinary possibilities are right around the corner."

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    Technological notifications that easily distract drivers from the road may now be used to do exactly the opposite -- bring our limited attention spans back to the road, says a study from Microsoft Research..

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    Photo DNA, Microsoft Research technology designed to combat child pornography, will be used by Facebook to hunt for illegal images uploaded to its service.

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    Gesture, next-generation search technology from Microsoft Research Asia, enables the automatic search of relevant information simply by drawing.

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    Kevin Schofield of Microsoft Research discusses some of the high-profile work on display during CHI 2011.

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    With a more fine-grained proxy for gaze direction from Microsoft Research, advertisers could get one step closer to what you're actually thinking,

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  • 05/20/11--22:53: Interview with Rick Rashid
  • Rick Rashid, senior vice president of Microsoft Research, took time to discuss his job while in Pittsburgh recently to deliver the commencement speech for Carnegie Mellon University's School of Science.

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  • 05/23/11--07:09: One on One: Jaron Lanier
  • Jaron Lanier, partner architect at Microsoft Research, engages in an interview with The New York Times' Bits blog.

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    After years of research, Microsoft hopes to provide a system that lets data communications weave through TV frequencies.

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    Microsoft Research are exploring the possibilities of being able to track and surface copy relationships across applications, users, and networks.

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    In a new research paper, Microsoft Research’s Johannes Kopf and The Hebrew University’s Dani Lischinski describe a new algorithmic method for converting pixel art into sweet, smooth vectors.

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    CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is opening its scientific multimedia collections to searches by the U.S. Department of Energy's ScienceCinema, which uses Microsoft Research's audio-video-indexing system.

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  • 05/26/11--09:00: MAVIS Unlocks Spoken Words
  • You can search by keyword for video files, but there is no way to search inside a video file for content that hasn’t been tagged or to skip to the spot on the soundtrack where a word or phrase is spoken—unless the video archive happens to use MAVIS.

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