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  From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft's Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation
Time: 06:38 EST/11:38 GMT | News Source: Fast Company | Posted By: Robert Stein

“I think I have the best job in the company,” says Stevie Bathiche, Distinguished Scientist of Windows Hardware at Microsoft, where he’s worked since 1999. Bathiche is something of a mad scientist in residence, a guy whose job it is to tinker for a living-and to hire and manage a team of similarly curious tinkerers. That team, about 20 people strong, is called the Applied Sciences Group, and is made up of a diverse collection of scientists and engineers. The Applied Sciences Group’s fingerprints are everywhere, in algorithms for Kinect, in Microsoft’s multi-touch mouse, in some of the underlying technology of the Surface tablet and its accessories.

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