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  1. Summer school data science research could trigger real world changes

    By John Kaiser, Writer, Microsoft Research Microsoft Research hosted its third annual Data Science Summer School in New York City as a diverse group of undergraduate students deployed some of the latest data crunching techniques on millions of rows of…

    August 2016

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  2. Nanotechnology comes to life with needle-based human interface devices

    By Noboru Kuno, Research Program Manager, Microsoft Research Researchers at Microsoft and Tokyo’s Keio University have developed systems that could allow people to use tiny, painless needles to do things like monitor medical conditions or receive information without looking at…

    August 2016

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  3. Long-term collaboration takes aim at mobile browsing

    By Lily Sun, Research Program Manager, Microsoft Research Asia As mobile browsing continues to consume an ever larger share of Internet services, the stakes of improving the mobile user experience have never been greater. That’s one of the reasons that…

    August 2016

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  4. PhD Summer School brings top students to Cambridge

    By Scarlet Schwiderski-Grosche, Senior Research Program Manager Pivoting from the Old World charm of High Tea to contemplating a dystopian AI-dominated future was among the many experiences facing more than 80 doctoral students at the PhD Summer School, held July 4–8…

    August 2016

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  5. Microsoft researchers enable secure data exchange in the cloud

    By John Roach, Writer, Microsoft Research In the future, machine learning algorithms may examine our genomes to determine our susceptibility to maladies such as heart disease and cancer. Between now and then, computer scientists need to train the algorithms on…

    August 2016

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