Microsoft is working to expand its AI research efforts in Montreal by doubling the size of its team and hiring a new research director.
Microsoft's research arm is going all-in on AI as a language learning tool with its latest app, Microsoft Learn Chinese.
In a new, brief documentary, BBC’s Newsnight has gone inside Microsoft’s AI research labs, giving us an interesting look at where the future of AI may take us.
Microsoft’s Research division has introduced what it's calling Project Torino, a unique physical programming language meant to help visually impaired children learn to code.
Microsoft Research, in collaboration with M.I.T., is working on a project called DuoSkin, which is designed to create a custom control device that can be placed on the skin like a temporary tattoo.
The Microsoft Research division continues to work on motion gesture recognition projects similar to the company's efforts with Kinect.
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