Editor’s Choice, Part IV, of Microsoft Research TechFest Tour

March 21st, 2007 |
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Here are the best parts from the second tape I shot during my tour of Microsoft Research’s TechFest with Kevin Schofield. On this “short” you’ll see:

  • Jon Howell showing us a new kind of login: one where you recognize whether a cat is a cat.
  • Concurrent programming (building systems for multi-core chips) with Michael Isard.
  • Meet Jennifer Chayes, mathematician.
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