Microsoft's Rick Rashid discusses the Martix and the futue of computing.
Rick Rashid, Chief Research Officer at Microsoft
Interviewed by: Alexis Madrigal
Alexis Madrigal is the editor-in-chief at Fusion. He was a senior editor at The Atlantic and a staff writer at Wired. He’s the author of “Powering the Dream” and a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley.
As Chief Research Officer, Richard (Rick) F. Rashid oversees worldwide operations for Microsoft Research, an organization encompassing more than 850 researchers across eleven labs worldwide. Under Rashid's leadership, Microsoft Research conducts both basic and applied research across disciplines that include algorithms and theory; human-computer interaction; machine learning; multimedia and graphics; search; security; social computing; and systems, architecture, mobility and networking. His team collaborates with the world's foremost researchers in academia, industry and government on initiatives to expand the state of the art across the breadth of computing and to help ensure the future of Microsoft's products.