Microsoft research on brain implants
Microsoft research on brain implants Satya Nadella touted Microsoft's investigate in mind innovation at the organization's eighth Ability Summit, enumerating work that could decide how embeds could expand a man's insight.
It's one of the numerous ways the firm is endeavoring to make innovation more open to individuals with different inabilities.
Not long ago ZDNet revealed that Microsoft workers had looked for a patent for a framework that could make a move in light of cerebrum input
t's a topic that CEO Satya Nadella was eager to discuss on Thursday at Microsoft's eighth Ability Summit in Redmond, Washington.
"In my case, accessibility and accessibility technologies and universal design has given me a deep sense of meaning beyond anything that I just do at work, in terms of the satisfaction that I derive from the work that Microsoft broadly does," Nadella said, in conversation with Jenny Lay-Flurrie, the company's chief accessibility officer.
Research, which Microsoft established as a formal group in 1991, remains a key part of the company's focus, even though it could take time for some projects to drive significant revenue. As of last June, 32 percent of Microsoft's 124,000 employees worked in product research and development.
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