Microsoft researchers have created a system that uses artificial intelligence to keep a type of glider called a sailplane in the air without using a motor, by autonomously finding and catching rides on naturally occurring thermals, similar to how many birds stay aloft.
As kids head back to school, Nevada student Ski Yi reminds us why math is powerful. His letter got Microsoft’s attention, and the company’s president, Brad Smith, paid a visit. Microsoft’s support for math is part of the company’s effort to encourage STEM education and help prepare students for tomorrow’s jobs.
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