The Next Era of Computing: Seeing the Future Before It Happens

Over the next five to ten years, we will see a profound shift in computing that will reshape our world. The changes ahead will be massive in scope and in scale, requiring the deep collaboration of teams of expert scientists and engineers to develop and refine new advances in computer science. Microsoft will participate in this tectonic shift in large part through the work of its research organization. This focus of this session is on the trends that will reshape computing and drive disruption, showcased through a series of discussions and demonstrations of several of Microsoft’s world-class researchers.

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The Next Era of Computing: Seeing the Future Before It Happens

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Over the next five to ten years, we will see a profound shift in computing that will reshape our world. The changes ahead will be massive in scope and in scale, requiring the deep collaboration of teams of expert scientists and engineers to develop and refine new advances in computer science. Microsoft will participate in this tectonic shift in large part through the work of its research organization. This focus of this session is on the trends that will reshape computing and drive disruption, showcased through a series of discussions and demonstrations of several of Microsoft’s world-class researchers.
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  1. Harry Shum

    Slide 1 - Harry Shum

    • Executive Vice President
    • (Introduction by Brad Anderson)
  2. ARTHUR C. CLARKE

    Slide 6 - ARTHUR C. CLARKE

    • Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
  3. Slide 8

    • REINVENT PRODUCTIVITY& BUSINESS PROCESSES
    • CREATE MOREPERSONAL COMPUTING
    • BUILD THEINTELLIGENT CLOUD
  4. Slide 10

    • SOLVING PROBLEMSyou don’t know you have yet
  5. Slide 12

    • SOLVING PROBLEMS you don’t know you have yet
    • Tomorrows breakthroughs will be
    • Yesterdays
    • achievements were VISIBLE
    • INVISIBLE
  6. PLAYING THE LONG GAMESolving 2020 started in 2000

    Slide 14 - PLAYING THE LONG GAMESolving 2020 started in 2000

    • 2020
    • 2015
    • 2010
    • 2005
    • 2000
  7. Slide 16

    • ECONOMICS
    • BASIC RESEARCH
    • CLASSIC TECH TRANSFER
    • FAST-FAIL/FAST FORWARD
    • BIG BET PRODUCT INCUBATION
    • Technology & Research Innovation Portfolio
  8. THREE big problems to solve

    Slide 18 - THREE big problems to solve

  9. THREE big problems to solve

    Slide 19 - THREE big problems to solve

    • 1. The looming DATA-POCALYPSE
  10. Slide 22

    • 2008
  11. Slide 25

    • Today
  12. 2. The end of MOORE’S LAW

    Slide 26 - 2. The end of MOORE’S LAW

  13. NEARER TERM

    Slide 28 - NEARER TERM

  14. LONGER TERM

    Slide 32 - LONGER TERM

  15. Slide 35

    • 2000
  16. Slide 37

    • 2006
  17. Photos courtesy of: Professor Charlie Marcus

    Slide 39 - Photos courtesy of: Professor Charlie Marcus

    • Charlie Marcus’ lab in Copenhagen, DenmarkOne of our primary experimental collaborators
  18. Photos courtesy of: Professor Charlie Marcus

    Slide 40 - Photos courtesy of: Professor Charlie Marcus

    • Charlie Marcus’ lab in Copenhagen, DenmarkOne of our primary experimental collaborators
    • HEALTHENERGYENVIRONMENTMACHINE LEARNINGCLOUD
  19. 3. The limits of MANKIND

    Slide 42 - 3. The limits of MANKIND

  20. Slide 44

    • COMPUTER VISION
    • 1961
  21. Slide 46

    • Last summer
  22. Slide 48

    • Last winter
  23. Slide 50

    • Last week at Build
    • wmpoweruser @wmpoweruser
    • Microsoft Announces Project Oxford Featuring Face, Speech and Vision APIs To Make Apps Smarter
    • Dr. Andy Pardoe @DrAndyPardoe
    • Microsoft’s Project Oxford helps developers build more intelligent apps
  24. Slide 52

    • Today
  25. Slide 53

    • HEALTH tomorrow
  26. Slide 54

    • INDUSTRY tomorrow
  27. Slide 56

    • EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES tomorrow
    • CHICKEN250 CAL
    • SALAD DRESSING
    • 150 CAL
    • VEGETABLES
    • 100 CAL
  28. DATA VISUALIZATION

    Slide 58 - DATA VISUALIZATION

    • NEW USER INTERFACES
    • AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE
    • MACHINE LEARNING
    • AUGMENTED REALITY
    • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    • TRUSTED CLOUD
    • NEW ARCHITECTURES
    • COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
    • REINVENT PRODUCTIVITY& BUSINESS PROCESSES
    • CREATE MOREPERSONAL COMPUTING
    • BUILD THEINTELLIGENT CLOUD
    • DATA VISUALIZATION
    • NEW USER INTERFACES
    • AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE
    • MACHINE LEARNING
    • AUGMENTED REALITY
    • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    • TRUSTED CLOUD
    • NEW ARCHITECTURES
    • COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE
  29. ARTHUR C. CLARKE

    Slide 60 - ARTHUR C. CLARKE

    • Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
  30. Slide 62

    • An revolution is coming
    • INVISIBLE
  31. Ignite 2015

    Slide 64 - Ignite 2015