Microsoft: We’re moving from information age to intelligence age

Microsoft Director of Strategic Investments, Limor Lahiani, speaks at Geektime’s Techfest in November 2016. Photo credit: Geektime Microsoft’s director of strategic engagements shows off company’s work applying NLP to genetics and other issues impacting humanity The hall of several hundred people listened attentively as the speaker explained in perfectly summarized, yet pointed detail how big data was turning over the biotech industry. She was showing off the way that one of her startups, Miroculus, had begun to use natural language processing (NLP) to match microRNA — a fraction of DNA that prevents protein production, thus triggering certain genes. “In order to have these genes observable and expressed, there are processes,” Limor Lahiani recently said on stage at Geektime’s DevFest, describing the process of developing APIs to analyze the corpus of data, manage the extraction, and…

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