In Microsoft came out with its Windows operating system, which gave PC compatibles some of the same capabilities as the Macintosh.
It clearly requires astronomical investments and a vast organization that operates at global scale in near seamless coordination. Yet the breakthroughs that fuel this story emerged organically, from a combination of innovation and mentoring relationships that grew into close friendships, and initiative taking—recognizing and seizing opportunities regardless of where they existed in an organization.
Learning to… November 19th, Hearing in 3D with Dr. Ivan Tashev Episode 50, November 14, - Dr. Tashev gives us an overview of the quest for better sound processing and speech enhancement, tells us about the latest innovations in 3D audio, and explains why the research behind audio processing technology is, thanks to variations in human perception, equal parts science, art and craft.
November 14th, Microsoft AirSim now available on Unity At Microsoft, we have a vision and passion to bring artificial intelligence solutions to real-world systems using the power of simulation. We continually strive to accelerate AI advances with the use of realistic simulators, tools, and environments.
Today we are excited to announce AirSim availability on Unity. AirSim developers will be able to leverage the Unity platform and ecosystem when building, training and evaluating autonomous systems in a simulated environment designed for AI.
November 7th, Growing a generation of computer scientists — Microsoft Research Asia at 20 and going beyond technical achievement Microsoft Research Asia celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and the milestone provided an occasion for many in the industry to reflect on an amazing journey, one not only replete with excellence and technological achievement, but also significant in its profound influence as it cultivated a generation of computer scientists and engineers, catalyzed collaboration between education and industry throughout China and grew as an indispensable bridge that has brought the Asia region and the world… November 6th, Cracking code-mixing — an important step in making human-computer interaction more engaging Communication is a large part of who we are as human beings, and today, technology has allowed us to communicate in new ways and to audiences much larger and wider than ever before.
That technology has assumed single-language speech, which — quite often — does not reflect the way people naturally speak.
India, like many other parts of the world, is multilingual on a societal level with most people speaking two or more languages. I… November 1st, Encouraging developers and manufacturers to innovate with Eye Control Eye Control is an exciting technology in Windows 10 that allows customers to use their eyes to control an on-screen mouse, keyboard and text-to-speech experience.
This is a technology that empowers people with limited mobility such as people living with ALS. Karin Strauss Episode 48, October 31, - Dr. Strauss talks about life at the intersection of computer science and biology which, for many, is more like the intersection of science fiction and science, and explains how the unique properties of DNA could eventually enable us to store really big data in really small places for a really long time.
October 31st, Peeking into the future of mobile systems Mobile computing and communications have transformed the world over the past decade in ways scarcely imaginable.
What exciting advances does the future hold in store? DS3 is an intensive, eight-week hands-on introduction to data science for college students in the New York City area committed to increasing diversity in computer science.
Each year the program receives upwards of applications, out of which only… October 26th, 10 years is an eternity in the tech world, but we are just getting started I vividly remember October 29, I had invited colleagues from academia and industry to Building 99, home of Microsoft Research, for a daylong meeting to discuss the future of mobile and cloud computing.
My friends flew to Redmond, Washington, from different parts of the world, and together in one of the conference rooms, we brainstormed ideas, using the whiteboard to design new cloud architectures, write down problems, and explore challenges. Eventually, we came up… October 19th, The Value-Added Water report provides in-depth data and market analysis, shedding light on various aspects of the market through BMC's reliable data and discussions of what the numbers really mean.
Jan 12, · Next is the image processing block, which supports 8, 10, 12, and 16 bits per color component input and output as well as 3x3 2D median filtering. The display interface block then takes over with LVDS support as well as a host of personalization options.
Apr 29, · A large contingent of researchers from Microsoft Research will be there to exchange ideas and deliver 27 papers and 12 notes covering a broad spectrum of human-computer interaction (HCI) topics, from natural user interfaces and digital arts .
The systems development life cycle (SDLC), also referred to as the application development life-cycle, is a term used in systems engineering, information systems and software engineering to describe a process for planning, creating, testing, and deploying an information system.
I had invited colleagues from academia and industry to Building 99, home of Microsoft Research, for a daylong meeting to discuss the future of mobile and cloud computing.
My friends flew to Redmond, Washington, from different parts of the world, and together in one of the conference rooms, we brainstormed ideas, using the whiteboard to design new cloud architectures, write down problems, . With powerful imaging capabilities, it can capture up to 6 images and offers real-time processing of Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA).
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