Instead of doing one "year in review" post, we invited the Lab community to reflect upon 2018 and what's coming up in 2019.
We asked futurists, tech execs, academics, researchers, and a sci-fi writer to imagine our tech-driven society in 20 years.
It’s not about your wireless or cable bill, it’s about your right to learn.
Andy Lippman describes the future of television on the national and global scale, 1996.
It turns out that privacy is not about what you disclose when you know you are doing it.
NewsFlash uses a unique screen-to-phone data exchange to provide an interactive way to experience current events through dynamic interact...
The Media Lab's 2017 MSRP interns reflect on their experiences.
The following are Andy Lippman's opening remarks from the Media Lab's spring 2017 member meeting.
FiftyNifty.org takes the hassle out of calling your lawmakers.
Media Lab associate director Andy Lippman's opening remarks from the spring 2017 member meeting.
Need a favor? Reach is a project that merges inherently local communications with user requests or offers of services. It is built atop d...
Decentralized databases promise to revolutionize medical records, but not until the healthcare industry buys into the idea and gets to work.
The Comm.unity platform enables mobile devices to discover and communicate with each other in close proximity. It also transforms these d...
Susan Crawford in conversation with Center for Civic Media Director Ethan Zuckerman.
One wallet becomes more difficult to open as its owner’s bank account runs low on money; another wallet swells and shrinks, depending on ...
A breakthrough in wireless technology.
MIT is using a hi-tech solution to create personalized experiences for its visitors.Recent visitors to the MIT Media Lab were welcomed by...