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Under the sea, there’s trouble, but not with AI

If you think you’ve experienced occupational hazards at work, try getting your job done in the waters of Darwin Harbour, teeming with some of the world’s most intimidating predators – saltwater crocodiles… Read more »



Stepping up the game in sports photo management with AI

Baseball is a wildly popular game in Japan. Thousands of valuable photographs are captured at every match and need to be organized properly in real-time for fans, media and commercial use… Read more »



A smarter way to manufacture glass bottles

Glass packaging products like perfume bottles are made in a continuous process. It cannot be paused if something goes wrong, and fixes can only be made in subsequent batches… Read more »



Junxiu Wang and Yesong, who is now 17, at their home in Leizhou, ChinaReuniting families with AI

On 20 November, we celebrated United Nations Universal Children’s Day to build a better world for kids. Human trafficking is a real issue. Worldwide, almost 20% of all trafficking victims are children… Read more »



All you need is AI – The future of music

From the soulful melodies of The Beatles to the ripping guitar solos of Pink Floyd, Abbey Road Studios has heard it all. Today, the London studio’s audio technology incubator, Abbey Road RED… Read more »



Freedom from paperwork through AI

Processing massive paperwork can not only be time consuming, but often exposes companies to both compliance and security risks. That is the challenge that international marine contractor, Van Oord… Read more »



Microsoft Xiaoice: Now a budding fashion designer

She can sing. She can dance. She can even write poems. More than your average AI chatbot, Xiaoice is multi-talented. Recently, she added yet another skill to her repertoire. Xiaoice can now design patterns… Read more »



Hit a hole-in-one with a virtual AI caddie

AI is here to help golfers get serious about upping their game on the green. Arccos Golf partnered with Microsoft to launch a virtual AI caddie for golfers. Powered by Microsoft Azure, it provides golfers… Read more »



Banking on data and AI to find the cure for ALS

Globally, it is estimated that there are over 450,000 people living with ALS at any given time. The disease affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. While there is no known cure to ALS, organizations… Read more »



Microsoft Research Asia: The powerhouse of innovation

This week marks the 20th anniversary of Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) in China. Dubbed by MIT Technology Review as “the world’s hottest computer lab”, MSRA brings together the brightest minds around the world… Read more »



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