The basketball player discusses his new MIT Media Lab fellowship, and how he plans to use the platform to reform education.
Media Lab co-founder Nicholas Negroponte talks to e-flux.
Chris Schmandt ’73, SM ’80, spent four decades “playing around” at the Media Lab.
Public talk outlines ambitious plans to make his nation a hub for technology and innovation.
Do you know why a stringer is called a stringer? Jack did.
On January 26, 2017, the Media Lab held a symposium to celebrate the life and ideas of Seymour Papert. Here are some photos and comments
Andrew Lippman collaborates with colleagues Jerry Wiesner and Nicholas Negroponte to present the multimedia research they've been conduct...
The first overseas offshoot of the MIT Media Lab is opened in Dublin, Ireland.
Nicholas Negroponte discussess the future of technological advances and the implications of personalized telecommunication in this 1989 i...
I believe that 30 years from now people will look back at the beginning of our century and wonder what we were doing and thinking.
60 Minutes goes inside the MIT Media Lab.
The applications of the caricature generator in the areas of teleconferencing, games, and interactive graphic interfaces are explored.
Nicholas Negroponte discusses the emerging interest of television consumerism by companies looking for a share in profit.
Exploring the history of the Media Lab's name.
Thinking about Thinking about Seymour celebrated the ideas and research of Seymour Papert.
New graduate student fellowship program announced at Media Lab event celebrating the life and work of Seymour Papert.
A breakthrough in wireless technology.