The cross-campus effort will design human-machine systems that improve communication across divides.
Deb Roy talks to Delaware Public Media about social media, the spread of misinformation, trolling and abuse, content moderation, and more.
E14 Venture Summit celebrates the diversity of spinoff companies from the Media Lab.
McKinsey & Co. and LSM ask: Can we understand, and even predict, the relationship between video story content and audience consumption?
Revisit Human 2.0, a 2007 Media Lab symposium focused on the future of human adaptability.
Plus: A big overview of all the research that we have so far.
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An AI algorithm can predict which parts of a film will generate the greatest emotional responses in audiences.
Helping readers slow down, ask questions, and find reasoned opposing views may foster civil discourse online
New research can predict how plots, images, and music affect your emotions while watching a movie.
Computers don’t cry during sad stories, but they can tell when we will.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may not be ready to write the next blockbuster movie, but a team of AI researchers from the Massachuset...
At EmTech 2017, Deb Roy discusses how insights gained from big data and machine learning can help us monitor the social impact of new tec...
Education, Technology, Equity: Nichole Pinkard and Deb Roy in conversation with J. Philipp Schmidt.
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In case you hadn’t noticed, early voting is a thing this year. It’s been underway in some states for weeks ahead of Election Day. And lik...
Q&A: How Twitter explains the 2016 election