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On the Technically Optimistic podcast, Prof. Rosalind Picard and others discuss the challenges of accountability and responsibility in AI.
Media Lab Professor Alex 'Sandy' Pentland, MIT CSAIL Director Daniela Rus, and Prof. Josh Tenenbaum discuss the future of intelligence.
The 27 finalists will explore the technology’s impact on democracy, education, sustainability, communications, and much more.
For BBC Science Focus, Media Lab research scientist Dr. Kate Darling considers the potential harms of mistreating robots.
With Ghost in the Machine, alum Misha Sra and collaborator Purav Bhardwaj invite participants to consider the anthropomorphization of AI,
Explore MIT Open Learning resources, including interviews with Media Lab Director Dava Newman, Professor Cynthia Breazeal, and more.
Sharifa Alghowinem, a research scientist at the Media Lab, explores personal robot technology that explains emotions in English and Arabic.
Media Lab alum Dr. Joy Buolamwini has been named to TIME's 100 Most Influential People in AI 2023.
MIT (and Wellesley) undergrad students can work for credit, pay, or as volunteers. You can learn more about policies and deadlin…
Mayor’s youth employment program brought local high schoolers to MIT this summer.
Postdoc Ziv Epstein, PhD student Robert Mahari, & Harvard Law lecturer Jessica Fjeld consider the issues of generative AI and copyright law.
A team of Boston surgeons and scientists has developed a new approach to amputation.
During TEDxBentleyU, Belén C. Saldías Fuentes invited the audience to consider the cultural biases built into tools like ChatGPT.
Labber Safinah Ali served as an educator & curriculum designer for the SRMP Machine program at the American Museum of Natural History
Former Labber Rana El Kaliouby has been named to the 2023 USA Eisenhower Fellows and hopes to explore AI investment while on fellowship.
"I want to see you."
"When I fell asleep that night, I had a dream."
At MIT, Tod Machover’s ‘VALIS’ receives its first staged production in over two decades
The new device, which can be incorporated into a bra, could allow more frequent monitoring of patients at high risk for breast cancer.
Media Lab PhD student Isabella Loaiza is building data-driven tools to help people all over the world navigate the future of work.
Dr. Kate Darling, a research scientist with the Media Lab’s Personal Robots group, talks to El País about human relationships to tech.
On the ACM ByteCast podcast, Fluid Interfaces head Pattie Maes talks to host Rashmi Mohan about the passion that has shaped her career.
On BBC’s The Forum, host Iszi Lawrence tries a tool developed by Media Lab researchers that tests users' ability to detect deepfakes.
Ziv Epstein, a researcher in the Human Dynamics group, discusses the relationship between humans and AI and where it could be headed.
Cynthia Breazeal, head of the Personal Robots research group, talks to Education Week about early opportunities for AI literacy.
On an episode of the Unpacking Education podcast, Randi Williams (a PhD student in the Personal Robots research group) talks Day of AI.
Professor Tod Machover, head of the Media Lab’s Opera of the Future group, talks to the Washington Post about AI, music, & human creativity.
Randi Williams, who is a PhD student in the Media Lab’s Personal Robots group, joins other talented scientists to talk about their careers.
Kate Darling discusses the work she's done to be seen as an expert within human-robot interaction and how to pass that power onto others.
Personal Robots alum Stefania Druga and editor Keith Hammond explore the ways that crafters and makers can use generative AI techniques.
Lawsuits over the development and use of AI tools can have huge implications on the creative process and intellectual property ownership.