Watch this! Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2013, featuring Bill Gates (begins 9AM)

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Bill Gates

The Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2013 begins at 9AM Pacific time and features Bill Gates discussing the future of big data and ubiquitous computing. Hit the source link below to be taken to the live stream of the event.

“Join us for a broadcast of the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit streamed live from Redmond on Monday, July 15, from 09:00 to 17:30 Pacific Daylight Time. This free online event offers highlights, such as the opening and closing keynotes, streamed on location from the Faculty Summit. Plus, you’ll hear from leading scientific and academic researchers who are making social and scientific advances with the help of technology,” Microsoft stated.

The opening keynote features Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, along with several other speakers. We will post the entire on-demand video once it becomes available. Sit back and head over to the source link to watch the event.