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We're exploring the future of manufacturing this week at #HM18. Meet YuMi® from @abbgroup. It uses #AI and the cloud to make intelligent decisions on the factory floor. This machine can thread a needle or build a box. Double tap to shake hands with YuMi®.
We're on a journey to remove obstacles for individuals and organizations on the frontline of environmental sustainability.
In the near future, nearly every device in your home and at work will be connected to the internet. But connectivity can lead to vulnerability. Today, we introduced #AzureSphere, a first-of-its-kind solution which will secure billions of these connected devices.
Our anechoic chamber in Building 87 is lined with wedge-shaped sound absorbers that take any vibration in the air and dampen it. This is the quietest place in the entire world, reaching -20.3 decibels. It's the optimal environment for our audio testing.
Team Tactile was accepted into the Microsoft #MakeWhatsNext Patent Program for developing a breakthrough device that turns text into Braille in real-time. 📷: Brian Smale / © Microsoft
It's not a stretch to say the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games are almost here. We're fully behind Andy Bryant, an elite runner working at Microsoft - and not just because he overtakes us on the track so swiftly. 🔥👟 📷: Scott Eklund / © Microsoft
Childhood clubhouse = the new conference room. Here in Redmond, we're taking our meetings to the trees as we rethink the modern workplace. 🌲
We collaborated with UW's Molecular Information Systems Lab to break the world record for the amount of digital data successfully stored and retrieved in DNA molecules. Here's our digital microfluidics automated DNA data-storage prototype. (Say that five times fast 😉🤓)
In just one year, Microsoft Teams has become the go-to collaboration tool for Macy's, NASCAR, General Motors and more. Today, we’re saying congrats to the team behind Teams with a cupcake (or two).
It’s not about what technology can do. It’s about what you can do with it. We’re celebrating those who use AI to drive innovation.
Project Premonition aims to detect pathogens before they cause outbreaks. Microsoft researchers created this robotic mosquito trap which consists of 64 smart cells and captures interesting mosquitoes in milliseconds.
Toni Townes-Whitley, our CVP of Industry, spoke at last week’s “Meet Our Leaders” event with Microsoft employees. She encouraged employees to be curious—to stop and reflect on where we are; to be aware of our own views and biases.