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MIT Spokes Cycles Across the Country to Teach STEM Classes
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MIT Spokes Cycles Across the Country to Teach STEM Classes

Six student members of MIT Spokes rode their bicycles 3,800 miles across the United States this summer to teach STEM classes at learning festivals, summer camps...

Analysis Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation
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Analysis Suggests Remote Work May Stifle Innovation

The types of work relationships that encourage innovation tend to be hard hit when workers go remote, according to a study conducted at MIT.

Taxonomy Makes Machine-Learning Model Features More Understandable
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Taxonomy Makes Machine-Learning Model Features More Understandable

MIT researchers have developed a taxonomy to improve the interpretability of features of machine learning models so that data scientists will be more comfortable...

Making Art Through Computation
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Making Art Through Computation

MIT graduate student Chelsi Cocking develops software to use as artistic tools, including facial detection techniques, body tracking software, and machine learning...

Research Suggests Diversity as Key to Human-AI Collaboration
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Research Suggests Diversity as Key to Human-AI Collaboration

New research points to diversity as being a key parameter for making AI systems better collaborators with humans.

Bringing Together the Next Generation of Quantum Coders
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Bringing Together the Next Generation of Quantum Coders

iQuHACK 2022, MIT's third annual quantum computing hackathon held virtually earlier this year, gave 400 participants from 57 countries the chance to code on real...

Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap
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Workshop Tackles Lab-to-Market Hardware Technology Gap

A virtual workshop co-hosted by MIT, SUNY, and RPI addressed the growing gap in the transition from lab to market for new semiconductor and microelectronics technology...

Prison Education Program Focuses on Computing Skills for Women
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Prison Education Program Focuses on Computing Skills for Women

Brave Behind Bars is an introductory computer science and career-readiness program for incarcerated women founded in 2020 and based out of The Educational Justice...

Engineers Produce 140m Flexible Rechargeable Battery
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Engineers Produce 140m Flexible Rechargeable Battery

Researchers have developed a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the form of an ultra-long fiber that could be woven into fabrics.

Silicon Valley Beckoned, But He Went Home to Delaware
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Silicon Valley Beckoned, But He Went Home to Delaware

MIT senior Max Williamson could have chosen a path toward Silicon Valley, but instead is using his background in computer science to tackle public policy issues...

Giving Robots Social Skills
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Giving Robots Social Skills

MIT researchers have incorporated social interactions into a framework for robotics, enabling machines to estimate whether their actions will help or hinder another...

Robots Readily Adopted In the Aging Workplace, Study Finds
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Robots Readily Adopted In the Aging Workplace, Study Finds

Robots are more widely adopted in places with notably older workers, filling gaps created by a shortage of middle-aged workers in manual production tasks, according...

System Detects Errors When Medication is Self-Administered
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System Detects Errors When Medication is Self-Administered

MIT researchers have developed a system that uses sensors and artificial intelligence to reduce patient errors with self administered medications.

Designing Customized 'Brains' for Robots
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Designing Customized 'Brains' for Robots

MIT and Harvard researchers have developed a system that generates customized computer hardware that minimizes a robot's response time.

'We're Not Going to Run Out of Work'
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'We're Not Going to Run Out of Work'

Digitization and automation have replaced millions of middle-class jobs, yet there is reason for optimism for workers, said scholars and business leaders at an...

Engineers Design a Heated Face Mask to Filter and Inactivate Coronaviruses
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Engineers Design a Heated Face Mask to Filter and Inactivate Coronaviruses

Researchers from MIT are working to create a face mask that can filter out and inactivate coronaviruses using heat.

Machine Learning Uncovers Potential New TB Drugs
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Machine Learning Uncovers Potential New TB Drugs

MIT researchers have incorporated a new feature into machine-learning algorithms that improves biologists' ability to screen drug compounds and help predict which...

MIT College of Computing Will Share 25 New Faculty Positions
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MIT College of Computing Will Share 25 New Faculty Positions

The MIT Schwarzman College of Computing is creating 25 new faculty positions that will be shared with another MIT department or school to connect computing and...

A Scientific Approach to Education Reform
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A Scientific Approach to Education Reform

The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the need to reinvent education. A new book by Sanjay Sarma, MIT's vice president for open learning, points a way.

MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing
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MIT Researchers Lead High School Educational Initiative on Quantum Computing

The "Qubit by Qubit" initiative aims to introduce high school students to quantum computing through two programs: a week-long summer camp, and a year-long course...
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