Americans who share fake news on social media might not lack media literacy skills. Chances are they don’t stop to check accuracy.
New research shows that subtly nudging people to think about accuracy increases the quality of the news they share
Study: On social media, most people do care about accurate news but need reminders not to spread misinformation.
CIS research affiliate describes his goals in creating a webinar series exploring sustainable development in Africa.
Chazz Sims, former researcher in Human Dynamics and founder of Media Lab spinoff Wise Systems, is chosen as an honoree for 2021.
After collecting the largest dataset of corporate surveillance in the U.S., consisting of every Amazon Ring camera that has posted to the...
As a pilot project to develop new data pooling and analysis tools, we created a texting service that gig economy workers could use to poo...
by Dharna Noor...The researchers then partnered with a PhD student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dan Calacci, to build a...
MIT Sloan School of Management looks at the technology, risks, and possible use cases for artificial intelligence-generated synthetic media
Recognizing individuals under 35 who are already building solutions to create a new world
Recognizing individuals who already achieved several lifetimes’ worth of breakthroughs, founding, or funding new innovations and industries
These awards recognize outstanding achievement and innovation in the field.
“In a resilient economy, power and decision-making should be distributed among a diverse set of stakeholders."
Quartz at Work looks at ways that online meetings, with tools like those developed by certain spinoffs, can improve management decisions.
"Building the New Economy" envisions data co-ops to make it easier for people to control and analyze their own financial and health data.
With each major crisis, be it pandemic, war, or major new technology, there has been the need to reinvent our society.
Study cautions against using static org charts during COVID-19 crisis.
New issues in privacy debate with technology and contact-tracing.
David Shrier talks about how blockchain technology could improve the security and accessibility of information.
Artificial intelligence can create millions of artificial species no one has ever seen.
Tools and tactics for maximizing effective communication and decision-making while minimizing the spread of illness.
MIT Industrial Liaison Program with professors Yossi Sheffi, Alex Pentland, and Andrew Lo to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on business.
The Media Lab community brings creativity, expertise, and research to the pandemic
By Dell Cameron and Dhruv MehrotraAs reporters raced this summer to bring new details of Ring’s law enforcement contracts ...
The 2020 MIT Independent Activities Period (IAP) runs from January 6–January 31.
Human Dynamics head Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland discusses the necessity of social connections.
Alum Ben Waber talks about how the spinoff Humanyze has worked to create a culture that supports employees in taking parental leave.
The first MIT Computational Law report features an essay by Sandy Pentland, head of the Human Dynamics group.
Essays and testimonies on Facebook's proposed cryptocurrency
The Global Financial Crisis was a wasted opportunity to reorganize the world financial ecosystem.
Christian Grothoff and Alex PentlandLibra, the new global payment system which Facebook, Mastercard, Visa, PayPal, and other major p...
The MIT Media Lab, a hallowed digital playground and research center into media technologies, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. We'll ...
Civic Media PhD student Pedro Reynolds-Cuellar serves as president of the association.
A paper introduces machine behavior: the interdisciplinary study of AI systems as a new class of actors with unique behavioral patterns.
Visiting professor Esteban Moro talks to Next City about the Atlas of Inequality.
Esteban Moro talks to WBUR about the Human Dynamics group's Atlas of Inequality.
These maps show “place inequality"—or why people of different income levels are at different coffee shops.
MIT Media Lab’s new interactive “Atlas of Inequality” shows that “segregation is not just about where you live, but what you do."
Human Dynamics student Abhimanyu Dubey has been selected as one of the 2019 Snap Research Scholars.
Instead of doing one "year in review" post, we invited the Lab community to reflect upon 2018 and what's coming up in 2019.
Rhythm Badge is an open-source, inexpensive research platform designed to measure face-to-face communication and team dynamics.
As the number of personal loan applications grows rapidly, credit risk assessment has become increasingly crucial to both practitioners a...
Visiting scientist Alfredo Morales (Human Dynamics) has been named as one of MIT Technology Review en español's "Innovadores me...
Your family and friends will be able to interact with a digital “you” that doles out advice—even when you’re gone.
The RoboChain project has been recognized with the best paper award at the Tenth International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and S...
Networks of robots and blockchains: here's how they will transform our lives
The robots are coming, and they're getting smaller, smarter and cheaper.
This October, MIT celebrated the inaugural MIT Legal Forum on AI & Blockchain which aimed to provide a space in which legal professio...