Microsoft researchers present 18 papers at the International Conference on Machine Learning

By Athima Chansanchai, Microsoft News Center Staff Machine learning covers a lot of ground. At Microsoft, it’s being incorporated to detect lies, recognize human responses and forecast finances; as well as improve search, natural language processing, advertising, security and gaming. It’s a broad discipline that touches daily life through artificial intelligence and the cloud – and it’s growing by leaps and bounds. “Machine learning is working. It’s making a big difference in a lot of different applications that really matter for the future,” says John Langford, an expert on machine learning at the Microsoft Research lab in New York City who is also the general chair for the International Conference on Machine Learning, which has grown by 65 percent since last year thanks to the technology’s success.  “Figuring out how…


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