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Microsoft is giving its top scientists a new opportunity to actually change the world (MSFT)

Bringing a scientist to important customer meetings is nothing new for Microsoft. The idea is that Microsoft Research's biggest brains get the chance to give a short lecture with no point other than to reassure the would-be buyer that "the future is in good hands," says Microsoft Research Chief Product Officer Vikram Dendi. The researcher would give their spiel and turn the floor back over to the salespeople.
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