banking and finance
internet of things
point of care
neural interfacing and control
sports and fitness
natural language processing
Looking beyond smart cities
Exploring how social networks can influence our lives in business, health, governance, and technology adoption and diffusion
Real World Data (RWD) and Real World Evidence (RWE) are playing an increasing role in healthcare decisions. FDA and medical product devel...
Making the invisible visible–inside our bodies, around us, and beyond–for health, work, and connection
Ride-sharing, social media, artificial intelligence. These are examples of socially-beneficial, net-positive technologies that have shown...
Promoting deeper learning and understanding in human networks
Transforming data into knowledge
Creating technology for social change
Seventy percent of nations have deep-sea environments within their maritime Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs), yet only 16 percent of them ...
Māori have a long and deep connection to their island and ocean ecosystem. The Māori concept of Rahui focuses on traditional methods...
Andorra and the City Science research group at the MIT Media Lab are taking on the challenge of turning Andorra into an “Internationally ...
Advancing justice in Earth's complex systems using designs enabled by space
Every 98 seconds, a person in the United States is sexually abused. Every 16 hours, a woman in the United States is murdered by her ...
How to distill meaning from complex everyday experiences.
Suppose that one could put a connected, portable computer into the hands of all the children of the world who lack access to the kind of ...
Industrial development is the process by which economies learn how to produce new products and services. But how do economies learn? And ...
Jian Gao, Bogang Jun, Alex Pentland, Tao Zhou, and Cesar A. Hidalgo. Collective Learning in China's Regional Economic Development. arXiv:1703.01369, 2017.
This article originally appeared in the MIT News. Visit the link for more details.For the past four years, researchers at MIT, Tufts Univ...
How we can understand human behavior (rationality, semi-rationality, bounded rationality, and just plain irrationality) in day-to-day behaviors, and in particular in electronic environments.
How to engineer and disseminate powerful, low-cost design and fabrication technologies at a grassroots level.
How to redefine and expand the conceptual framework and language of learning by creating new technologies and spheres of practice.
How radical new collaborations will catalyze a revolution in health.
How to bring the programmability of the digital world to the physical world.
How to build intelligent music systems out of interacting audio-processing agents.
How to detect the activity of biological molecules with micro- and nanofabricated devices.
How we can construct information technology and intelligence from the fundamental building blocks of physical media: atoms and molecules.
We introduce a novel interactive method to assess cataracts in the human eye by crafting an optical solution that measures the perceptual...