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    Computers threaten to widen the gap between the rich and poor. It’s in everyone’s interest to narrow it.

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    It’s put-up time at Microsoft Research. Seven years after its founding, the lab has yet to make any real breakthroughs. Can a company built on others’ creations start innovating?

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