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33 Harbor St, Manchester, MA 01944

50 Harbor St, Manchester by the Sea, MA 01944

65 Harbor St, Manchester by the Sea, MA 01944

147 Dockham Shore Rd, Gilford, NH 03249

Braintree, MA

1093 10Th St, Boulder, CO 80302

Beverly, MA

Seattle, WA

Harvard, MA

Benton, IA

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Raymond Ozzie

Address:
50 Hbr St, Manchester, MA 01944
Phone:
(425) 705-8377
VIN:
JTDKB20U983302883
Make:
TOYOTA
Model:
PRIUS
Year:
2008

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Ray Ozzie

Raymond "Ray" Ozzie (born November 20, 1955) is an American software industry entrepreneur who held the positions of Chief Technical Officer and Chief ...

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Method And Apparatus For Activity-Based Collaboration By A Computer System Equipped With A Dynamics Manager

US Patent:
6446113, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Jul 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/356930
Inventors:
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F 1300
US Classification:
709204, 709203, 709217
Abstract:
An activity-based collaboration system provides communication and other shared and mutual activities between individuals and small groups in shared private spaces, called “telespaces”. In the system, participants or members of a telespace interact through personal computers, Internet appliances or other network-capable devices, which can communicate with one-another over a network, e. g. , the Internet. Each telespace is an instantiation of an activity operable on each of the network-capable devices of members of the telespace. Each activity includes a tool for initiating data change requests (called “deltas”) responsive to telespace member interactions, and a data-change engine, separate from the tool, for maintaining telespace data pursuant to a common data model, usually activity-specific, in memory. Each network-capable device also includes a dynamics manager, responsive to the deltas, for directing the data-change engine to make changes to the local copy of data.

Entity-Specific Search Model

US Patent:
7822762, Oct 26, 2010
Filed:
Jun 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/427311
Inventors:
Christopher D. Payne - Seattle WA,
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
Alexander G. Gounares - Kirkland WA,
Susan T. Dumais - Kirkland WA,
Kyle G. Peltonen - Issaquah WA,
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA,
Xuedong D. Huang - Bellevue WA,
John C. Platt - Redmond WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Christopher A. Meek - Kirkland WA,
Ramez Naam - Seattle WA,
Raymond E Ozzie - Manchester MA,
Eric D. Brill - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 7/001
US Classification:
707765, 707748
Abstract:
A system that employs an explicitly and/or implicitly trained model in order to return entity-specific computer-based search results is provided. The innovation can provide for a customized search model that focuses search in connection with achieving information that is meaningful with respect to goals of an entity. The model can be used to modify a search query in accordance with a goal of the entity or to generate the search query thereby returning meaningful and/or targeted results to the user. The system can automatically gather entity-related data thereafter determining or inferring a goal as well as training the model. Moreover, the system can selectively configure (e. g. , order, rank, filter) and render results to a user based upon the model.

Communication Channel Between Web Application And Process Outside Browser

US Patent:
2011013, Jun 9, 2011
Filed:
Dec 3, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/630208
Inventors:
Jason E. Schleifer - Cambridge MA,
Raymond Ozzie - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709227
Abstract:
One or more techniques and/or systems are disclosed herein for relaying a request to a process running on a computing device from a web client and receiving a response from the process. A bridge message client disposed in a web application, running in a browser on a computer, opens a local connection to a process running outside the browser. The bridge message client comprises a communication channel ID that identifies a communication channel to host the local connection to a bridge server, and a bridge message client ID facilitates communications from the bridge server to the web application. The bridge server is disposed outside of the browser environment, and can receive a request from the bridge message client and forward it to the process, and/or can receive a response to the request from the process and forward it to the bridge message client over the local connection.

Validation Of Computer Responses

US Patent:
2008000, Jan 3, 2008
Filed:
Jun 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/427317
Inventors:
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
William H. Gates - Medina WA,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Bradly A. Brunell - Medina WA,
Gary Flake - Bellevue WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Kenneth A. Moss - Mercer Island WA,
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA,
John C. Platt - Bellevue WA,
Yevgeny E. Agichtein - Seattle WA,
Eric D. Brill - Redmond WA,
Robert J. Ragno - Kirkland WA,
Matthew R. Richardson - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
MICROSOFT CORPORATION - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707 5
Abstract:
The subject disclosure pertains to scrutinizing results generated or otherwise provided by a computer. A mechanism is provided that enables users to validate computer-based information. Users can receive a validity metric associated with computer generated or provided results indicative of the veracity of such results. Validation systems and methods are disclosed to facilitate determining the veracity of results including those that employ humans (e.g., referrals, voting . . . ) and/or automated means (e.g., source analysis, data mining . . . ).The disclosure also provides a mechanism for guiding computer searches (e.g., web, Internet, intranet . . . ). Machine learning and reasoning mechanisms are employed together with a search engine to facilitate intelligent guidance of queries and results based on a query and responses to computer generated inquires.

Intelligently Guiding Search Based On User Dialog

US Patent:
2008000, Jan 3, 2008
Filed:
Jun 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/427302
Inventors:
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
William H. Gates - Medina WA,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Bradly A. Brunell - Medina WA,
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Kenneth A. Moss - Mercer Island WA,
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA,
John C. Platt - Bellevue WA,
Assignee:
MICROSOFT CORPORATION - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707 3, 706 12
Abstract:
Provided is mechanism for guiding computer searches (e.g. web, Internet, intranet . . . ). Machine learning and reasoning mechanisms are employed together with a search engine to facilitate intelligent guidance of queries and results based on a query and responses to computer generated inquires.Also, disclosed is a mechanism that enables users to validate computer-based information. Users can receive a validity metric associated with computer generated or provided results indicative of the veracity of such results. Validation systems and methods are disclosed to facilitate determining the veracity of results including those that employ humans (e.g., referrals, voting . . . ) and/or automated means (e.g. source analysis, data mining. . . ).

Entity-Specific Search Model

US Patent:
2008000, Jan 3, 2008
Filed:
Jun 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/426994
Inventors:
Christopher D. Payne - Seattle WA,
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
Alexander G. Gounares - Kirkland WA,
Susan T. Dumais - Kirkland WA,
Kyle G. Peltonen - Issaquah WA,
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA,
Xuedong D. Huang - Bellevue WA,
William H. Gates - Medina WA,
John C. Platt - Redmond WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Christopher A. Meek - Kirkland WA,
Ramez Naam - Seattle WA,
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA,
Eric D. Brill - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
MICROSOFT CORPORATION - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707 3
Abstract:
A system that employs an explicitly and/or implicitly trained model in order to return entity-specific computer-based search results is provided. The innovation can provide for a customized search model that focuses search in connection with achieving information that is meaningful with respect to goals of an entity. The model can be used to modify a search query in accordance with a goal of the entity or to generate the search query thereby returning meaningful and/or targeted results to the user. The system can automatically gather entity-related data thereafter determining or inferring a goal as well as training the model. Moreover, the system can selectively configure (e.g., order, rank, filter) and render results to a user based upon the model.

Architecture For User- And Context-Specific Prefetching And Caching Of Information On Portable Devices

US Patent:
8626136, Jan 7, 2014
Filed:
Jun 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/427755
Inventors:
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA,
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Susan T. Dumais - Kirkland WA,
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA,
Trenholme J. Griffin - Bainbridge Island WA,
Xuedong D. Huang - Bellevue WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Christopher A Meek - Kirkland WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
H04M 3/42
H04L 29/06
H04W 74/00
G06F 15/16
G06F 3/033
US Classification:
4554142, 4554143, 4554563, 709217, 709227, 715811
Abstract:
Content management architecture for a portable wireless device. Caching and fetching techniques are provided to improve content handling for portable devices such as cellular telephones and portable computers. A search component automatically performs searches as a background process, and potentially desired content is received and cached by a content storing component to be available in the future when and if needed, mitigating latency associated with slow download speeds, refresh rates, and other system and/or network impediments. Content from background search results can be trickled into the device as part of the background process so as not to burden system resources for other processes. As part of memory management, aged and/or low priority or low interest content can be selectively removed or archived to increase available cache or memory space, as well as to maintain relevant content within the device. A presentation component facilitates presentation of the pre-stored content.

Content Presentation Based On User Preferences

US Patent:
8317097, Nov 27, 2012
Filed:
Jul 25, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/189849
Inventors:
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA,
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA,
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA,
Eric D. Brill - Redmond WA,
Bradly A. Brunell - Medina WA,
Susan T. Dumais - Kirkland WA,
Alexander G. Gounares - Kirkland WA,
Trenholme J. Griffin - Bainbridge Island WA,
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY,
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06K 15/00
US Classification:
235383
Abstract:
Architecture is provided that facilitates user-controlled access to user profile information related to spam filtering. A user is allowed to selectively expose (or mask) portions of his/her profile related to spam filtering to third parties. Additionally, advertisers and/or content providers can offer incentives or enticement in response to the acceptance of which a user exposes larger portions of their profiles related to spam filtering. The architecture comprises a system that facilitates profile management utilizing a profile component that facilitates creation and storage of an electronic profile including spam filtering information of a user, and a control component under control of the user for controlling access to the profile.

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