University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) and Microsoft have announced a new strategic research and innovation collaboration to develop and apply advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and digital technologies for the future of healthcare delivery in the NHS.
A Microsoft AI tool is helping to speed up cancer treatment – and Addenbrooke’s will be the first hospital in the world to use it
Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge will become the first hospital in the world to use cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology from Microsoft that could improve survival rates for some cancers.
Cecily Morrison, a principal researcher at Microsoft’s Research Lab in Cambridge, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Non-player characters are the heart and soul of many video games, and new AI technology lets developers create characters that act organically and respond naturally to the player.
Do you want to have a say in designing the next generation of tools that support how work will be done in the future? Microsoft Research Cambridge is looking for workers across Cambridgeshire to participate in a virtual focus group for new research about how knowledge is used in the workplace.
Microsoft and Warner Bros. have collaborated to successfully store and retrieve the entire 1978 iconic 'Superman' movie on a piece of glass roughly the size of a drink coaster, 75 by 75 by 2 millimeters thick.
Microsoft has announced that its flagship Microsoft Store in London will open to the general public on July 11, 2019.
One of Britain’s leading computer scientists has been appointed as chair of the new National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE). Simon Peyton Jones of Microsoft Research has achieved worldwide recognition for his work on programming language among other things and will now lead the work of the centre as it improves the teaching of computing and drives up participation in computer science.
So you want to learn how to program a quantum computer. Now, there’s a toolkit for that.
Seventeen women from within Microsoft’s global research organisation give their views on what’s likely to occur in their fields in 2017, and tell us what’s likely happen 10 years from now...
When Microsoft released the Kinect system for playing Xbox video games about five years ago, it attracted the interest of an unlikely source: the healthcare company Novartis.
Microsoft publishes a collection of predictions from 16 leaders and leading thinkers within its Technology and Research organisation.
Zuzana Kukelova was quite the troublemaker in her youth. In fact, in elementary school she was always getting kicked out of math class.
Chris Bishop loved chemistry as a child, studied physics at university, worked in fusion research in his first job, then went on to become an expert in machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Jamie Shotton was just starting his career in computer vision at Microsoft Research Cambridge when some colleagues from the company's Redmond offices came to the UK lab with a challenge.
The first week of July didn’t just see the arrival of extraordinarily high temperatures across Europe — it also brought extraordinarily high energy to Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK, as 81 top PhD students gathered for the tenth annual Microsoft Research Cambridge PhD Summer School.
Many programmers recognise Don Syme's name, but even more are influenced daily by his research and development. After all, Syme, a principal researcher in Microsoft's Cambridge lab, has helped to develop and influence features of popular computer languages used by millions of programmers, C# in particular.
Microsoft researchers have created a new system that keeps data stored in the cloud safe from prying eyes or malicious players even when it is being accessed to make calculations
Tomorrow, May 12, is the first full day of the Microsoft Research Devices and Networking Summit, which brings together more than 175 experts to discuss cutting-edge developments, potential breakthroughs, and ongoing concerns in today’s evermore connected world.
About 70 Microsoft researchers are travelling this week to ACM CHI 2015, the premiere conference on human-computer interaction, to present research results and tools that can do everything from create an interactive, 3D map of your neighborhood to simply deliver you better web search results.
Let’s say you’re playing a video game. Instead of using a controller to pick something up, what if you could reach out your hand and just grab it?
Register to ensure your place to hear Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schölkopf give the Microsoft Distinguished Research Lecture on 15 May.
How is it you seem to be spending more and more time every day sifting through and prioritizing email messages? According to research by The Radicati Group, Inc., the legitimate emails you receive — already upwards of 100 per day — will only continue to increase.
Big Dream is an inspirational documentary which follows the stories of seven young women who are breaking the barriers and overcoming personal challenges to follow their passion in science, maths, computing and engineering.
Microsoft Research Cambridge has long engaged in collaboration with academic researchers through research projects, Joint Research Centers, internships, and event sponsorships.