1. Satya Nadella

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    1. It's not just about daisy-chaining speech recognition, machine translation and speech synthesis.
      In Microsoft demos real-time voice translation using Skype
    2. It's brain-like in the sense of its capability to learn.
      In Skype Will Translate Multilingual Conversations by Next Year
    3. Microsoft Research, 15 years ago, started out machine translation group, and has been working on speech translation, machine translation and speech synthesis.
      In Microsoft adding real-time cross-language voice translation capabilities to Skype
    4. Say you teach it English, it learns English.
      In A major mystery behind Microsoft's 'brain-like' speech-to-speech translator
    5. It’s been a dream of humanity ever since we started to speak and we wanted to cross the language boundary.
      In Microsoft Unveils Real-Time Speech Translation for Skype
    6. We are introducing a new level of organization to search results, and our differentiator will be the best results for query.
      In Bing back my Baby to me – Microsoft to enter the race for more ...
    7. We think that tech, natural-language processing, is going to be a very critical way for us to improve relevance further, at scale.
      In Microsoft set to make big inroads into search
    8. I believe this notion of understanding user intent — being able to analyse [search queries] and come up with search patterns and use them to shape the search experience — is one of the most important areas for us.
      In Microsoft banks on tailored search to best Google
    9. CPC is fantastic. It will remain. But there will be additional things [such as] CPA.
      In Microsoft banks on tailored search to best Google
    10. I believe this notion of understanding user intent--being able to analyze (search queries) and come up with search patterns and use them to shape the search experience--is one of the most important areas for us.
      In Microsoft sees tailored search as way to pierce Google's armor