Microsoft FUSE Labs

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Microsoft's Future Social Experiences (FUSE) Labs was started by Ray Ozzie and is run by Lili Cheng. The group focuses on real-time and media rich experiences and is located in Bellevue, WA. It used to have offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Cambridge, UK. A similar, earlier initiative was Microsoft Live Labs, a collaboration between Microsoft Research and MSN which ended in 2010.[1][2]

Projects[edit]

  • [1] - Microsoft Bot Framework & Conversational AI tools for developers.
  • Bing Twitter - Find out what topics are hottest on Twitter.
  • Docs.com - Discover, create and share Office docs with your Facebook friends
  • So.cl ([2]) - Social search service
  • Kodu Game Lab - Kodu Game Lab.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Foley, Mary Jo (10 March 2014). "Microsoft researchers think local with HereHere. Researchers at Microsoft's FuSE Labs launch a second project that investigates the intersection of hyper-local content and civic engagement". CNet.
  2. ^ Bishop, Todd (25 January 2006). "Microsoft pushes Internet research, Live Labs will help bring online projects to market quickly". Seattle Pi.

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