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December 3, 2013
Microsoft’s long-standing practice of moving research breakthroughs into its products helps turn ideas into reality, says Craig Mundie, the company’s chief research and strategy officer.
Microsoft researchers gather this week to share the state of the art with product teams in Redmond and discuss the possibilities.
Developers get new tools and a glimpse into future of robotics, Surface, other Microsoft innovations designed to address societal issues and change the computing experience.
Microsoft stimulates technology transfer between its global research labs and product teams with a two-day gathering at the company’s Redmond, Wash. campus.
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