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MIT Technology Review

Microsoft is creating an oracle for catching biased AI algorithms
MIT Technology Review
Caruna says Microsoft's bias-catching product will help AI researchers catch more instances of unfairness, although not all. “Of course, we can't expect perfection—there's always going to be some bias undetected or that can't be eliminated—the goal ...



TechRadar

How Microsoft Teams is transforming the classroom
TechRadar
To most of us, Microsoft Teams might just seem like another Slack competitor vying for office messaging market share, but in schools it's proving its to be a revolutionary and transformative tool for classrooms. Those aren't the words of Microsoft or ...



Engadget

Microsoft marks Mixer's first year with improved eSports streams
Engadget
In the past year since changing names from Beam to Mixer, Microsoft's game-broadcasting app has gone through a slew of updates and brought forth a number ...

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VentureBeat

Microsoft is developing a tool to help engineers catch bias in ...
VentureBeat
Microsoft is developing a tool that can detect bias in artificial intelligence algorithms with the goal of helping businesses use AI without running the risk of ...
Microsoft Announces Tool To Catch Biased AI Because We Keep Making Biased AIFuturism

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Computerworld

Avast blames Microsoft for Win10 1803 upgrade blue screens, nonsensical options
Computerworld
Looks as if we have a solution for the Avast-related blue screens in Win10 1803 upgrades that I talked about earlier this week. Avast heavyweight Ondrej Vlcek chose his words carefully but threw lots of shade at Microsoft for the upgrade installer's bug.



The Verge

Microsoft expands data privacy tools ahead of GDPR
The Verge
Microsoft has announced it will extend its data privacy tools to individual users of the company's products and services worldwide. Microsoft's Data Subject Rights include the right to know about the data the company collects on you and the ability to ...
Microsoft says it's extending GDPR rights to consumers worldwideCNET
Microsoft will extend GDPR rights to customers worldwideHelp Net Security
Microsoft's commitment to GDPR, privacy, and putting customers in control of their own dataPOLITICO.eu
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Quartz

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella practices one mind-training exercise ...
Quartz
Satya Nadella, chief executive of Microsoft, seems like the type of CEO who would practice meditation religiously. In interviews and public appearances, ...
Satya Nadella aims to make Microsoft the most ubiquitous AI platform for businessesCampaignLive

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ZDNet

Microsoft: Here's why Windows Defender AV isn't ranked higher in new antivirus tests
ZDNet
But Microsoft wants enterprise customers to know that Windows Defender is only half the picture, given the option for customers to also deploy Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection's (ATP) "stack components" including Smartscreen, Application ...
Microsoft Fixes Issues With Windows 10 Update on Intel, Toshiba SSDsExtremeTech
Microsoft patches problematic OS to deal with SSD woesThe Register
Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Edge, Narrator, Task Manager, and mobile broadband improvementsVentureBeat
Tom's Hardware -TechRadar -Neowin -Windows Blog
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Windows Central

Microsoft's 'Miami Street' could be among the first Surface 'Andromeda OS' games
Windows Central
We proudly announce Miami Street, a project that Electric Square has been working on with our partners at Microsoft Studios. Developed to be played on any Windows 10 device, Miami Street is a new kind of racing game, built for a broad audience who love ...
Miami Street, A New F2P Racer From Microsoft AnnouncedComicbook.com

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CNBC

Bill Gates learned what he needed to start Microsoft in high school
CNBC
Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard in 1975 to launch Microsoft but, in a speech he gave at his high school, he implies he could have skipped college altogether and still become a successful billionaire and philanthropist, thanks to the education he got ...


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