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  • Blog Post: The Promise of Differential Privacy

    At Microsoft, we have some of the world’s top privacy researchers working on a wide variety of interesting challenges. We strive to translate this research into new privacy-enhancing technologies. We recently released a new whitepaper on Microsoft’s research in Differential Privacy written...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Encourages Species Conservation Through New Global Partnership

    Climate change poses a real threat to animal species as they struggle to adapt to a warming planet and changing ecosystems. In fact, scientific research in the past decade has found that the impact of climate change could commit 15 to 37 percent of land species to extinction by 2050. Organizations like...
  • Blog Post: Democratising research in the Australian cloud

    Information technology is currently undergoing a dramatic transformation driven by an avalanche of data and our ubiquitous connectivity to the Internet. Consequently, we now have instant access to vast amounts of knowledge about our world and our social network. We can explore distant museums and libraries...
  • Blog Post: Software R&D – policy intent “outdated”

    In a Consultation paper released last Friday (18 September) the Federal Treasury has acknowledged that the current ‘multiple sales’ test provision for determining the eligibility of expenditure on software research & development for tax concession status represent an “ outdated articulation of policy...
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