Kate Darling returns to StarTalk Radio with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice to answer questions about the ways humans relate to robots.
Kate Darling joins Anthony Daniels, Chuck Nice, and Neil deGrasse Tyson to talk about the rise of robotics and the cultural impact of C-3P0.
The 2020 MIT Independent Activities Period (IAP) runs from January 6–January 31.
Humanity is facing thorny problems on all fronts. These folks are working to solve them—and trying to avoid the unintended consequences.
Kate Darling and other experts consider how our interactions with robots may change the way we engage not only with robots, but also people.
Kate Darling and Rhys Lindmark discuss the balances in regulating tech , how her research has evolved, and other topics.
Kate Darling explores the human implications of the ways we treat robots and other machines.
Rosalind Picard and Kate Darling join other experts to discuss how and why humans empathize with machines.
Kate Darling hosts a talk with Douglas Rushkoff, discussing his new book and the various topics related to it.
The Prior Art Archive aims at boosting US patent quality.
New MIT-hosted database is open to both examiners and the wider public, and seeks to reduce the number of wrongly-issued patents.
“I’m not worried so much about robots developing their own agenda and taking over the world."
Media Lab researchers are part of a growing movement at MIT to explore the regulatory frontiers of AI—in society and in our hearts and minds
Robots only want your love...and occasionally some anonymized metadata.
What are the legal rights of a robot? This is one of the many questions MIT Media Lab researcher Kate Darling contemplates as part of her...
MIT students get free legal guidance and support along the path to innovation.
The most urgent question for people is not whether machines will take their jobs but how machines will change the way they behave in society
"Are you real?"If you've seen the TV series Westworld, you may remember this line. A man named William has just arrived at Westworld, a s...
Kate Darling on the difficult issue of empathy toward machines.
But some human traits could be a good thing. “If you get the balance right, people will like interacting with the robot, and will stop us...