Deep Learning Technology Center

Established: January 30, 2015

Toward artificial general intelligence

The mission of the Deep Learning Technology Center (DLTC) at Microsoft AI & Research is to advance the state of the arts in deep learning to achieve artificial general intelligence (AGI). We develop algorithms, models and systems in deep supervised and unsupervised learning, deep reinforcement learning, machine reasoning, and applications in understanding natural language, images, and speech, knowledge management, internet and enterprise information processing. The research team is managed by Li Deng, Partner Principal Researcher and Chief Scientist for AI. The product and engineering team is managed by Jianfeng Gao, Partner Principal Researcher.

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DeepCU : Deep Learning for Conversational Understanding

Established: February 1, 2016

The mission of the Deep Learning Technology Center (DLTC) at Microsoft AI & Research is to advance the state of the arts in deep learning to achieve artificial general intelligence (AGI). We develop algorithms, models and systems in deep supervised and unsupervised learning, deep reinforcement learning, machine reasoning, and applications in understanding natural language, images, and speech, knowledge management, internet and enterprise information processing. The research team is managed by […]

Algorithmic Crowdsourcing

We study algorithmic issues for combining the intelligence of human and the computing power of machine to solve the problems that are difficult to solve by either human or machine alone. People Denny Zhou (Microsoft Research) John Platt (Google) Xi Chen (Carnegie Mellon University) Nihar Shah (University of California at Berkeley) Chao Gao (Yale University) Qiang Liu (University of California at Irvine) Yuchen Zhang (University of California at Berkeley) Yuval Peres (Microsoft Research) Chris Meek (Microsoft Research) Publications…