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Project ReWeave - Microsoft 2017-08-07 10:28

Project ReWeave: Project ReWeave is one of Microsoft's CSR projects in India, in collaboration with Chaitanya Bharati, an NGO. Started in 2016, the project has been working to revive the handloom weaving ecosystem, cluster by cluster. #NationalHandloomDay

Microsoft Video 2017-07-23 14:28

Rajat, Anirudh and Mrigesh, all in their early 20’s, are ‘Wingmates’ at BITS Pilani. Their idea for Content Holmes, an online solution that protects kids’ privacy and keeps them safe from cyber bullying, won them the #ImagineCup in India. Fond of problem-solving and playing video games,...

Microsoft Video 2017-07-23 06:42

Osheen (from Medi-Caps University, Indore), Garvit and Chaitanya (both Chameli Devi Group of Institutions) are three ordinary 20-year-olds from Indore who want to do extraordinary things for the people around them. Seeing a family member suffer from Alzheimer’s disease inspired them to d...

Microsoft Video 2017-07-22 14:30

Nikita, 30, and Jyoti, 27, are two peas in a pod of positivity. Only, they’re physically separated by a few thousand miles. Nikita is currently pursuing a PhD in Neuroscience from Université Nice-Sophia Antipolis in France, while Jyoti is in India pursuing an Executive M. Tech in Data Scien...

Microsoft Video 2017-07-22 09:09

For this passionate trio, the first time #ImagineCup came calling was when they met a team bound for the Seattle-leg of the competition in 2013. “When I saw them holding the Indian flag and people cheering for them, I knew I had to participate in this,” says Roopam. Former fashion designer a...
A sneak peek inside Microsoft's AI research labs - BBC Newsnight

A sneak peek inside Microsoft's AI research labs - BBC Newsnight

A sneak peek inside Microsoft's AI research labs - BBC Newsnight: BBC’s flagship news and current affairs TV programme, Newsnight, visited our Seattle labs to see how the future of artificial intelligence is shaping up. Watch now http://bit.ly/2v8UQ9J