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HomeImlay Lecture: Craig Mundie, Microsoft
Imlay Lecture: Craig Mundie, Microsoft
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- October 27, 2011 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- LeCraw Auditorium, College of Management
Craig Mundie, EE '71, M.S. ICS '72, and chief research and strategy officer of Microsoft Corporation, will discuss how we can harness new technologies to take on some of the world’s most complex challenges.
We are starting to see a fundamental transformation in how we interact with computers and what we can expect from them. Powered by insights from big data, more natural user interfaces, and a merging of the physical and digital worlds, this new era of computing will enable exciting new capabilities.
Craig’s presentation will include a demo attendees will be able to try themselves. He will also raffle some special Microsoft prizes. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to hear from and meet Microsoft’s second in command.
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