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How Neural Networks Think
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How Neural Networks Think

Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a technique that sheds light on the inner workings of neural networks...

How Retractions Hurt Scientists' Credibility
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How Retractions Hurt Scientists' Credibility

Faulty research creates a significant drop in citations of a scientist's prior published work, a new study says. 

Robot Rolls With the Rules of Pedestrian Conduct
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Robot Rolls With the Rules of Pedestrian Conduct

Engineers at MIT have designed an autonomous robot with "socially aware navigation," that can keep pace with foot traffic while observing the general codes of pedestrian...

Drones Relay RFID Signals for Inventory Control
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Drones Relay RFID Signals for Inventory Control

MIT researchers have developed a system that enables small aerial drones to read RFID tags from tens of meters away, potentially saving retailers billions lost...

Monitoring Network Traffic More Efficiently
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Monitoring Network Traffic More Efficiently

Researchers have come up with a performance query language that provides network monitoring and a compiler that targets a P4-programmable software switch and a...

Bringing Neural Networks to Cellphones
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Bringing Neural Networks to Cellphones

Researchers at MIT have developed a battery of techniques for modeling neural networks' power consumption which could make the systems available for mobile devices...

Miniaturizing the Brain of a Drone
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Miniaturizing the Brain of a Drone

Engineers at MIT have taken a first step in designing a computer chip that uses a fraction of the power of larger drone computers and is tailored for a drone as...

Practical Parallelism
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Practical Parallelism

Researchers at MIT' CSAIL have developed a system that makes parallel programs run much more efficiently and also makes them easier to code.

Toward Optical Quantum Computing
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Toward Optical Quantum Computing

MIT researchers have developed a technique for enabling photon-photon interactions at room temperature.

New System Allows Optical 'Deep Learning'
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New System Allows Optical 'Deep Learning'

A team of researchers has developed a new approach to "deep learning" computations using light instead of electricity, which they say could vastly improve the speed...

Cinematography on the Fly
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Cinematography on the Fly

System directs camera-equipped drones to find and maintain the framing of an aerial shot.

Celebrating 10 Years of Scratch
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Celebrating 10 Years of Scratch

More than 800 events in almost 70 countries celebrated Scratch Day this month to recognize the kids' programming language and online community on its 10th anniversary...

Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots
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Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots

Most robots are programmed using one of two methods: learning from demonstration, in which they watch a task being done and then replicate it, or via motion-planning...

Wireless Power Could Enable Ingestible Electronics
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Wireless Power Could Enable Ingestible Electronics

Researchers have devised a way to wirelessly power small sensors or drug delivery devices that could reside in the digestive tract indefinitely after being swallowed...

Not Stuck on Silicon
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Not Stuck on Silicon

A technique developed by MIT engineers may vastly reduce the overall cost of semiconductor wafer technology and enable devices made from more exotic, higher-performing...

Security for Multirobot Systems
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Security for Multirobot Systems

Researchers have developed a technique for preventing malicious hackers from commandeering robot teams' communication networks.

Toward 'Valleytronic' Devices for Data Storage or Computer Logic Systems
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Toward 'Valleytronic' Devices for Data Storage or Computer Logic Systems

Researchers have discovered a new way of using laser light to tune electronic energy levels in two-dimensional films of crystal.

New Resource for Optical Chips
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New Resource for Optical Chips

MIT researchers have developed a practical way to introduce second-order nonlinearities into silicon photonics, which could enable a new class of complex integrated...

Voice Control Everywhere
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Voice Control Everywhere

In anticipation of the age of voice-controlled electronics, MIT researchers have built a special-purpose chip which could make speech recognition ubiquitous in...

Optimizing Code
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Optimizing Code

A new variation on a popular open-source compiler optimizes parallel code better than any commercial or open-source compiler, its developers say.
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