Learn more about three interviews conducted by Career Girls with Labbers Randi Williams, Jaleesa Trapp, and Marian Muthui.
Randi Williams talks about her work. Her advice to girls is never to be afraid to make yourself heard; your ideas are essential.
Randi Williams from the Personal Robots research group is among ten students who have received the Microsoft PhD Fellowship for 2021.
AI blocks are a suite of drag-and-drop coding blocks that allow students to integrate AI engines into block-based programming projects.
During these uncertain times, we would like to thank the Teaching Assistants that helped make the transition to remote teaching.
A new curriculum has been designed by MIT researchers and collaborators to teach middle school students about artificial intelligence.
We believe that knowledge belongs to everyone.
MIT researchers and collaborators have developed an open-source curriculum to teach young students about ethics and artificial intelligence.
The Unsung Hero Award from the Office of Graduate Education recognizes students who have shown commitment and passion for the community.
The following Media Lab groups and projects are represented at CHI 2019
Congratulations to all of the honorees! We are so proud of you all.
The LEGO Papert Fellowships support three graduate students working at the intersection of creativity, play, learning, and new technology.
PopBots are programmable, intelligent social robots that play with children to help them learn about AI.
In the inaugural episode of the TWiML & AI Podcast’s Black in AI series, PhD student Randi Williams discusses her work with PopBots.
A series of images from the Preschool Oriented Programming (AI) curriculum.
Children are using voice-activated technology at far younger ages than other devices, but some parents worry they’re picking up rude habits
When I brought the robot home from the Apple Store, I knew I was inviting a new kind of strangeness into our lives. My wife worried ...
What will it do to kids to have digital butlers they can boss around?
What do children think about machines that think?