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3Q: Setting academic parameters for the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing

3Q: Setting academic parameters for the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing

news.mit.edu     2+ day ago

o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields Working Group on Curricula and Degrees co-chairs discuss their progress toward establishing credentials and courses for...

Vivienne Sze wins Edgerton Faculty Award

Vivienne Sze wins Edgerton Faculty Award

news.mit.edu     3+ day ago

o Greener, more efficient natural gas filtration o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields Vivienne Sze is an associate professor of electrical engineering and ...

3Q: Structuring the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing

3Q: Structuring the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing

news.mit.edu     4+ day ago

o Q&A: Professor Gigliola Staffilani on women in mathematics o Greener, more efficient natural gas filtration o Professor Emeritus T. Francis Ogilvie, former ocean engineering de...

Letter regarding the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing community forums in April

Letter regarding the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing community forums in April

news.mit.edu     2+ week ago

Letter regarding the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing community forums in April I write to invite you to a series of three community forums with the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman C...

Teaching machines to reason about what they see

Teaching machines to reason about what they see

news.mit.edu     2+ week ago

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The future of agriculture is computerized

The future of agriculture is computerized

news.mit.edu     2+ week ago

o Center for Environmental Health Sciences announces 2019 call for pilot project proposals o Professor Emeritus T. Francis Ogilvie, former ocean engineering department head, dies ...

New 3-D printing approach makes cell-scale lattice structures

New 3-D printing approach makes cell-scale lattice structures

news.mit.edu     3+ week ago

o Academic institutions grant commercial license for CRISPR-based SHERLOCK diagnostic technology in developed world o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields Mi...

Using machine learning for medical solutions

Using machine learning for medical solutions

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

By the time Swanson leaves Cambridge, he'll have three master's degrees. "Really, I want to just have a better understanding of the fields that I'm going to be applying machine lea...

Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning

Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields For the second year, the Independent Activities Period course was coordinated by Alexander Amini `17 and Ava Soleimany ...

Robot hand is soft and strong

Robot hand is soft and strong

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields The origami gripper can lift a wide range of objects, from apples and soup cans to wine glasses and drones. Gripper de...

Combining artificial intelligence with their passions

Combining artificial intelligence with their passions

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

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Making a path to ethical, socially-beneficial artificial intelligence

Making a path to ethical, socially-beneficial artificial intelligence

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

"MIT is going to be the anchor of what we will know in this society as public interest technology," predicted Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, in a recent MIT panel...

Computing the future

Computing the future

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields MIT A.M. Turing Award winners discuss MIT's new College of Computing: (l-r) Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Shafi Goldwasser, Butl...

Addressing the promises and challenges of AI

Addressing the promises and challenges of AI

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

MIT President L. Rafael Reif, kicking off day three of the celebration event, said the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing will train students in an interdisciplinary approach to A...

Solve launches 2019 global challenges

Solve launches 2019 global challenges

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

Alex Amouyel announces the 2019 Solve Global Challenges on stage in Kresge Auditorium at the Hello World, Hello MIT event. At the Feb. 28 Hello World, Hello MIT event celebrating ...

For founders of new college of computing, the human element is paramount

For founders of new college of computing, the human element is paramount

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

Stephen A. Schwarzman and MIT President L. Rafael Reif discuss the Institute's historic new endeavor. The new MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing is destined to become ...

Lighting the path

Lighting the path

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

Institute Professor Barbara Liskov (right) was one of the academic and industry leaders who participated in Tuesday's "Perspectives from Luminaries" panel, part of the celebration ...

Taking the lead in shaping the future of computing and artificial intelligence

Taking the lead in shaping the future of computing and artificial intelligence

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

MIT Chancellor Cynthia Barnhart and Dean of Engineering Anantha Chandrakasan visited with MIT students in the Ray and Maria Stata Center yesterday during the Computing Exposition t...

The future of education in a world of pervasive computing

The future of education in a world of pervasive computing

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

Share Computers have become so pervasive in today s world that preparing students to work and assume leadership roles in this sh...

Student challenges kick off celebration of MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing

Student challenges kick off celebration of MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing

news.mit.edu     1+ mon ago

Sang-won Leigh PhD '18, left, works with second-year student Ethan Nevidomsky, an electrical engineering and computer science major, on ArtMatr's oil-based printing system during t...

Exploring the nature of intelligence

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Students participating in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program include: (clockwise from top left) Veronica Boyce, Nicholas Bonaker, Alexandra Dima, Neeraj Prasad, Elizabeth Weeks, and Alex...

Dan Huttenlocher named inaugural dean of MIT Schwarzman College of Computing

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Dan Huttenlocher named inaugural dean of MIT Schwarzman College of Computing Alumnus and founding dean of Cornell Tech in New York City will return to MIT this summer. Dan Huttenlocher SM '84, PhD '...

Jumping into new experiences

Jumping into new experiences

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

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President Reif calls for federal funding, focused education to address    opportunity and threat    of AI

President Reif calls for federal funding, focused education to address opportunity and threat of AI

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

President Reif calls for federal funding, focused education to address "opportunity and threat" of AI In an op-ed piece published today in Financial Times, MIT President L. Rafael...

Creating new spaces for art

Creating new spaces for art

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Judith Barry's installation "Study for the Mirror and Garden" uses video and special effects, along with architectural mirroring, to evoke the secret gardens, hidden meanings, and ...

3Q: Machine learning and climate modeling

3Q: Machine learning and climate modeling

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New collaboration sparks global connections to art through artificial intelligence

New collaboration sparks global connections to art through artificial intelligence

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Lara Baladi, lecturer in the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (left), and Noelle LaCharite of Microsoft MIT designers, researchers, and students collaborate with The Met...

Using artificial intelligence to engineer materials' properties

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

By some measures, Li says, diamond could potentially perform 100,000 times better than silicon. But it has other limitations, including the fact that nobody has yet figured out a good and scalable way...

Engineers program marine robots to take calculated risks

Engineers program marine robots to take calculated risks

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

We know far less about the Earth s oceans than we do about the surface of the moon or Mars. The sea floor is carved with expansive canyons, towering seamounts, deep ...

Putting neural networks under the microscope

Putting neural networks under the microscope

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Researchers from MIT and the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) are putting the machine-learning systems known as neural networks under the microscope. Researchers pinpoint...

MIMIC Chest X-Ray database to provide researchers access to over 350,000 patient radiographs

MIMIC Chest X-Ray database to provide researchers access to over 350,000 patient radiographs

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Researchers have released a repository of more than 350,000 detailed chest X-rays, which is free and open to academic, clinical, and industrial investigators. Last week, the MIT L...

Peering under the hood of fake-news detectors

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Study uncovers language patterns that AI models link to factual and false articles; underscores need for further testing. New work from MIT researchers peers under the hood of an automated fake-news ...

At StartMIT, students gain advice for building a successful startup

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

MIT Professor Hari Balakrishnan cofounded Cambridge Mobile Telematics in 2010 to make the world's roads safer through the use of sensors on smartphones and other devices the company designs. He recent...

MIT robot combines vision and touch to learn the game of Jenga

MIT robot combines vision and touch to learn the game of Jenga

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

The Jenga-playing robot demonstrates something that's been tricky to attain in previous systems: the ability to quickly learn the best way to carry out a task, not just from visual...

Identifying artificial intelligence ?blind spots?

Identifying artificial intelligence ?blind spots?

news.mit.edu     2+ mon ago

Share A novel model developed by MIT and Microsoft researchers identifies instances in which autonomous systems have learned fro...

MIT undergraduates to embark on The Quest

news.mit.edu     3+ mon ago

o Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields o Leventhal City Prize seeks to spark transformative urban design and planning approaches o Maryann Gong named 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year...


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