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Peterson, K., Rudovic, O., Guerrero, R., Picard, R. "Personalized Gaussian Processes for Future Prediction of Alzheimer's Disease Progression." ML4H: Machine Learning for Health. NIPS'W (2017)
Click looks at whether AI could ever create an artistic masterpiece.
Until now, we couldn’t print certain types of data models in 3D.
We present a multimaterial voxel-printing method enabling the physical visualization of data sets commonly associated with scientific ima...
Faculty from across the Institute tapped to lead new initiative in human and machine intelligence.
Given the power to alter the workings of the natural world, are we morally obligated to use it?
eLife 2018;7:e33423 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.33423
Establishing—and rewarding—provenance of stories that start with investigative journalism could shift the field for original reporting.
Children are using voice-activated technology at far younger ages than other devices, but some parents worry they’re picking up rude habits
This project is part of a parallel research endeavor with GSK Manufacturing. By simulating how scientists at the Upper Providence site in...
A Wearable Olfactory Display That Monitors Cardio-respiratory Information to Support Mental WellbeingBioEssence is a novel wearable ...
This project is the first of two projects in collaboration with GSK. We are developing a computational simulation that allows a human use...
I'm a strong advocate of more open science, and my group tries to carefully consider our moral obligations and publicly admit mistakes.
A report from the Symposium on Trust and Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles (STEAV).
The Telemetron generates musical compositions using gyroscopic “chimes.”
Today, the environments that humans occupy in space are designed for survival. Humans are carefully shuttled to and from space, and durin...
Joy Buolamwini showed facial-recognition systems consistently giving the wrong gender for famous women of color.
The TESSERAE project is a design experiment in imagining how to bring the concept of geodesic domes from Earth into orbit.
The future of human habitation in space, from Low Earth Orbit (LEO) to planetary systems far beyond, lies in self-assembling, adaptive, a...
STAT News documents Canan Dagdeviren's work in a video segment: Our bodies talk to us — and these implantable devices can help listen.
This is what a trade war looks like.
The DCI’s position between academia and industry, their policy on conflicts of interest, and their most fascinating research topics.
The morality of preschoolers, trolleys, cookie-eating squirrels, and attempting to define “the consensus” with the Moral Machine Project.
Scientists are developing new ways to alter the genetic code of living organisms. John Oliver explores the risks and rewards.
The 21st Geneva Report on the World Economy reviews the basics of blockchain technology, and its challenges, costs, and benefits.
Hiawatha Bray reports on the unrest bubbling up in the tech industry.
“We use the phrase ‘small satellite’ not just to mean the satellite’s size, but actually to mean the philosophy people use in thinking about
J. Nathan Matias and Joy Buolamwini are two of Fast Company's four design heroes.
The MIT Knowledge Futures Group (KFG), a joint venture of the MIT Media Lab and the MIT Press, is an incubator for early-stage technologi...
Parental involvement is very important for guiding children’s interactions with smart technologies, says Stefania Druga.
MODULAND is a playground kit for learning eletronic music.MODULAND is an interactive project created by the MIT Media Lab Berli...
There’s a huge opportunity to improve agriculture with gene editing. But we need to give CRISPR a chance.
A new MIT Media Lab device takes a page from Spiderman to help astronauts navigate while weightless.
Gravity is the anchor of all existences on earth, pulling the chaotic world to one single point in every moment of life. Even ...
Transitioning from low-income to high-income occupations is difficult because the skills associated with each type of job are so different.
What if we could drastically reduce the amount of data needed to train an AI, making diagnoses low-cost and more effective?
New device gives an amputee the ability to feel the location of his foot
Masque induces psychological changes by altering how users perceive their breathing.
Lifelong Kindergarten student Jaleesa Trapp shares her experience with the Clubhouse Network Teen Summit.
Sparking discussion about the social, cultural, and ethical implications of emerging technologies through design and storytelling
Media Lab spinoff Formlabs has become a unicorn.
Recent developments in wearable robots and human augmentation open up new possibilities of designing computational interfaces integrated ...
Body Quest is a room-scale virtual reality playground for learning about biology and chemistry. Learning about how complex microscopic 3D...
Invisibilia seeks to explore the use of Augmented Reality (AR), head-mounted displays (HMD), and depth cameras to create a system that ma...
The Blank Canvas directs immersion inwards using Virtual Reality, augmenting awareness of the microscopic worlds inside each of us and th...
Wearable and immersive systems for cognitive enhancement and personal growth
When the body senses itself internally and localizes its actions, it provides the basis for a material sense of self-existence. At ...
Breathing actions are used to augment controller-based input by giving superpowers to players in two VR games. Blowing out long and stron...
GVS or galvanic vestibular stimulation is a technology that directly affects a user's vestibular system by altering their sense of balanc...
Embodied theories of language propose that the way we communicate verbally is grounded in our bodies. Nevertheless, the way a second lang...
Oasis won Silver at the Edison Awards 2017.Oasis received the Best Paper Award at VRST 2016.Oasis is a novel system for automatically gen...
Remot-IO is a system for mobile collaboration and remote assistance around Internet-connected devices. It uses two head-mounted displays,...
TagMe is an end-user toolkit for easy creation of responsive objects and environments. It consists of a wearable device that recognizes t...
Light, color, texture, geometry and other architectural design elements have been shown to produce predictable and measurable effects on ...
The setup involves adding one controller/tracker per foot and one at the base of the back along with two hand-held controllers and the HM...
As more powerful and spatially aware Augmented Reality devices become available, we can leverage the user’s context to embed reality with...
ShowMe is an immersive mobile collaboration system that allows remote users to communicate with peers using video, audio, and gestures. W...
The onset of Mixed Reality as a platform offers the opportunity to create new playful paradigms for building and fostering creativity. Th...
Argus is a plant with DNA nanosensors inside it that detects Lead (Pb2+ Heavy Metal). Irregularities in industrial waste management...
Identity is fluid. As we travel this journey of life, we get imprinted and we forget parts of ourselves. Older people's memories are eras...
Cities need to work to ensure that AR makes the leap from “cool experience,” to a technology that improves residents’ lives.
Civic technology should empower us as citizens. But despite its breadth as a field, civic technology often takes its lead from Silicon Va...
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