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On September 4, Junichi Tsujii, Principal Researcher of Microsoft Research's Beijing lab, received the Funai Achievement Award at the Forum on Information Technology (FIT), for his pioneering work on Natural Language Processing, Machine Translation and Text Mining for Biology. Held this year at the University of Tsukuba in Japan, FIT is an annual event organized by the Information Processing Society of Japan and the Institute of Electronics Information and Communication Engineers.
Since 2002, the Funai award has been presented to a distinguished individual in the field of Information Technology who: has achieved excellence in the field, remains active in providing information technology leadership, and has inspired students and young researchers.
Tsujii first learned of this honor late last year, via email.
"I was completely taken by surprise," he says. "I wasn't expecting it at all. And I had to keep the news to myself until the public announcement in June 2014."
Working Parents Day recognizes the hardworking moms and dads who put in long hours on the job and at home. It's not easy to find work-life balance, and when you have a family to take care of, it can seem even more elusive. The origins of the day suggest it's a time for kids to give back: do the dishes, clean up around the house, or cook dinner. Since we can't cook you dinner, we'd like to recognize your efforts with two of the most important lessons for working parents to master.