Microsoft Research technology in big data, search and NUI showcased in Toronto.
New research lab will focus on computational and experimental social science, algorithmic economics, and machine learning, along with information retrieval.
New agreement with Internet2 helps schools comply with federal grant regulations; Top-tier research universities sign up to pilot projects.
TechFest, the annual Microsoft Research technology showcase, kicks off today. The event includes 154 demos and displays on the latest technology from Microsoft researchers and laboratories around the world.
As we begin the New Year, a look at some of the stories of futuristic scenarios brought to life in 2011, plus developments that promise dramatic improvements in the near future.
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