Breakout sessions will include such diverse topics as the potential of the digital home and natural user interfaces, harnessing the power of data for analysis and insights, algorithms managing election data and detecting malware, and the changing landscape of parallel computing.Tony Hey opens the event with an overview of this year’s program.These sessions are now available on the On-demand tab.Streamed live sessions included the keynotes from the Faculty Summit as well as engaging interviews with scientific and academic researchers who discussed their work on some of today’s top computer science and research challenges.Representations of probability and utility lie at the heart of a two-decade rolling revolution in machine learning and intelligence.
For the first time this year, we streamed the Faculty Summit on the web.
This session presents a view into Microsoft Research’s natural user interface (NUI) research portfolio by showcasing four partnerships, two in Europe and two in the United States.
The presentations will highlight collaborative work on the following projects: While just a sampling of research in NUI today, this session aims to illustrate the diversity of the field and to inspire attendees by the fascinating opportunities and challenges in this field of research.
Microsoft Research has recognized innovative, promising new faculty members from a number of research institutions as Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows.
More than 40 academic researchers whose exceptional talent for research and innovation identifies them as emerging leaders in their fields have joined the ranks of Faculty Fellows.