It's all relevance
|Analyzing big data is returning an edge to Microsoft|
(From The New York Times) SEATTLE — Eric Horvitz joined Microsoft Research 20 years ago with a medical degree, a Ph.D. in computer science and no plans to stay. “I thought I'd be here six months,” he said.
He remained at M.S.R., as Microsoft's advanced research arm is known, for the fast computers and the chance to work with a growing team of big brains interested in cutting-edge research. His goal was to build predictive software that could get continually smarter.
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