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J-Pal North America Launches Education Technology Innovation Competition
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J-Pal North America Launches Education Technology Innovation Competition

The Education, Technology, and Opportunity Competition aims to help U.S. education leaders identify technology-based solutions to key challenges in education.

Engineers Design Artificial Synapse For 'brain-on-a-Chip' Hardware
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Engineers Design Artificial Synapse For 'brain-on-a-Chip' Hardware

When it comes to processing power, the human brain just can't be beat.

New Depth Sensors Could Be Sensitive Enough For Self-Driving Cars
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New Depth Sensors Could Be Sensitive Enough For Self-Driving Cars

The Camera Culture group at MIT's Media Lab have developed a computational method that improves the resolution of time-of-flight depth sensors 1,000-fold.

Celebrating Millie
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Celebrating Millie

A symposium at MIT commemorated the life and career of pioneering professor and beloved mentor Mildred Dresselhaus.

Chasing Complexity
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Chasing Complexity

Ryan Williams has taken a key step toward solving P vs. NP, the biggest problem in theoretical computer science.

Let Your Car Tell You What It Needs
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Let Your Car Tell You What It Needs

An MIT team is developing a smartphone app that can tell if a car's tires need air, spark plugs are bad, or air filter needs replacing.

Material Could Bring Optical Communication Onto Silicon Chips
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Material Could Bring Optical Communication Onto Silicon Chips

Researchers have developed ultrathin films of a semiconductor that emits and detects light and can be integrated into silicon CMOS chips.

Why Researchers Should Step Out of the Lab
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Why Researchers Should Step Out of the Lab

Quantitative assessment, cost modeling, and greater interaction with potential users of technology developed in research labs will help it become better aligned...

Veteran Engineer Studies Career Pathways of Today's Graduates
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Veteran Engineer Studies Career Pathways of Today's Graduates

After a mid-career jump to academia, Ph.D. student Jim Magarian now investigates engineering job trajectories to help graduates find the right career fit.

Automatic Code Reuse
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Automatic Code Reuse

Researchers at MIT CSAIL have developed a system that allows programmers to transplant code from one program into another.

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...
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