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3D telemedicine brings better care to underserved and rural communities, even across continents

May 30, 2023
Providing healthcare in remote or rural areas is challenging, particularly specialized medicine and surgical procedures. Patients may need to travel long distances just to get to medical facilities and to communicate with caregivers. They may not arrive in time to receive essential information before their…
  1. Microsoft Research Focus 16 | Week of May 22, 2023

    Research Focus: Week of May 22, 2023 

    May 24, 2023

    In this edition: New research explores the causal ability of LLMs and DNA storage in thermoresponsive capsules; a talk on human-centered AI; and a CFP for funding for LLM productivity research projects from the Microsoft New Future of Work Initiative.

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    Large-language models for automatic cloud incident management 

    May 16, 2023

    This research was accepted by the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), which is a forum for researchers, practitioners, and educators to gather, present, and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences, and issues in the field of software engineering. The Microsoft 365 Systems…

  3. Microsoft at CHI'23 highlights

    Highlights from CHI 2023 

    May 15, 2023

    The ways in which people are able to interact with technologies can have a profound effect on a technology’s utility and adoptability. Building computing tools and services around people’s natural styles of work, communication, and play can give technology the value it needs to have…

  4. Microsoft Research Focus 15 | Week of May 8, 2023

    Research Focus: Week of May 8, 2023 

    May 10, 2023

    In this issue: Microsoft researchers win four more awards; AutoRXN automates calculations of molecular systems; LLM accelerator losslessly improves the efficiency of autoregressive decoding; a frequency domain approach to predict power system transients.

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    Using generative AI to imitate human behavior 

    May 4, 2023

    Diffusion models have been used to generate photorealistic images and short videos, compose music, and synthesize speech. In a new paper, Microsoft Researchers explore how they can be used to imitate human behavior in interactive environments.

  6. Microsoft Research Focus 14 edition, week of April 24, 2023

    Research Focus: Week of April 24, 2023 

    April 26, 2023

    Welcome to Research Focus, a series of blog posts that highlights notable publications, events, code/datasets, new hires and other milestones from across the research community at Microsoft. Yael Tauman Kalai, a senior principal researcher at Microsoft Research, has been awarded the 2022 ACM Prize in…

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