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Get the inside scoop with Microsoft Research’s new podcast

Microsoft’s innovation engine is Microsoft Research, their sprawling conglomeration of more than 1000 scientists,  engineers and mathematicians who are developing the technology which will shape the products of tomorrow. The group is surprisingly open, publishing widely and often writing about their work, but the information is often not in the most accessible format. Now to […] Read Mor
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