Microsoft Research: Silicon Valley Sneak Peek Event

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On Thursday May 22, Microsoft will open up its Silicon Valley office to a select crowd. The agenda – Rick Rashid (SVP Global Research) and Roy Levin (Director Silicon Valley Lab) will show twelve new research projects, focusing on search, graphics, security, privacy. No word if they’ll be showing off TouchWall, but it’s worth trying to get in just in case they do.

The event is on May 22 at Microsoft’s Mountain View Campus (Building 1, 1065 La Avenida, Mountain View, CA 94043). Registration begins at noon, and the event goes from 1 – 4:30.

To get in, add the Facebook application and also register on the main site here. Code “MSRMay” should work until they shut it down.

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