Craig Mundie, Chief Research and Strategy Officer at Microsoft
More like us: human-centric computing
October 6, 2010
New trends in technology are transforming how we interact with computers. Increasingly intelligent devices and more natural experiences using voice, touch and gestures are starting to emerge in mobile applications and more. Soon wall-sized displays, powered by ultrafast processors and advanced software, will enable the next generation of immersive computing experiences.
Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie will discuss these trends and show some of the possibilities of human-scale interaction from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7, in 32-123.
In his Microsoft role, Mundie oversees one of the world’s largest computer-science research organizations, and is responsible for the company’s long-term technology strategy. Mundie has spent much of his career building startups in various fields, including supercomputing, consumer electronics, healthcare, education and robotics, and remains active in incubating new businesses.
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