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  1. Diagram explaining RESTler API fuzzing tool

    RESTler finds security and reliability bugs through automated fuzzing

    Cloud services have become the new critical infrastructure, and cloud expectations have transformed how developers work. The number of cloud services that are business-critical continues to grow every day, with no end in sight. And the era of boxed software is over: developers are now…
    November 16, 2020

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  1. A holistic representation toward integrative AI

    At Microsoft, we have been on a quest to advance AI beyond existing techniques, by taking a more holistic, human-centric approach to learning and understanding. As Chief Technology Officer of Azure AI Cognitive Services, I have been working with a team of amazing scientists and…
    October 20, 2020 by Xuedong Huang
  2. CodeXGLUE: A benchmark dataset and open challenge for code intelligence

    According to Evans Data Corporation, there are 23.9 million professional developers in 2019, and the population is expected to reach 28.7 million in 2024. With the growing population of developers, code intelligence, which aims to leverage AI to help software developers improve the productivity of…
    September 29, 2020
  3. Project InnerEye open-source deep learning toolkit: Democratizing medical imaging AI

    For over a decade, the Project InnerEye team at Microsoft Research Cambridge has been developing state-of-the-art machine learning methods for the automatic, quantitative analysis of three-dimensional medical images. An important application is to assist clinicians for image preparation and planning tasks for radiotherapy cancer treatment.…