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BBC Click looks at whether AI could ever create an artistic masterpiece.
Looking beyond smart cities
ABSTRACT The impending introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) has posed regulatory and ethical questions regarding how the...
Electrical stimulation (FES) is the current clinical stimulation modality used to restore function and provide therapy in a variety of cl...
New optogenetic technique could help restore limb movement, treat muscle tremor.
Revealing insights into the human condition and repairing brain disorders via novel tools for mapping and fixing brain computations
Reimagining human cooperation in the age of social media and artificial intelligence
César Hidalgo considers the role technology plays in how people and events enter, and fade from, collective memory.
Enhancing human physical capability
Designing wearable systems for cognitive enhancement and personal development
Alum Daniel Smalley, now an assistant professor at BYU, tells Slice of MIT how pop culture has influenced his work.
Cynthia Breazeal sits down for an interview with Glenn Zorpette at the 2018 IEEE Vision, Innovation, and Challenges Summit.
'Affective computing' measures subtle changes in stress and mental health.
Four Lab researchers caution against credulous acceptance of rosy humanistic pronouncements.
Much has changed since we introduced the first generation of our Scratch programming language and online community, back in 2007.
We asked futurists, tech execs, academics, researchers, and a sci-fi writer to imagine our tech-driven society in 20 years.
Wearables are already replacing traditional drugs and therapies—this year, they'll go further still.
Some say bigger is better, but researchers at MIT will tell you that when it comes to tech, smaller things are far more impressive.
For amputees, robotic limbs that move like the real thing and are controlled by the mind are a game changer.
Extending human and computer abilities in sensing, communication, and actuation through signals and networks
Collective memory and attention are sustained by two channels: oral communication (communicative memory) and the physical recording of in...
Exploring new forms of social justice through art
Open Agriculture Initiative (OpenAg)
Careers with STEM caught up with Mitch Resnick, the inventor of Scratch, in a wide-ranging Q&A.
Sareen is a research affiliate within the Fluid Interfaces group, and worked with lab founder Pattie Maes to develop the project.
A selection of recent press coverage on Tod Machover's newest opera, Schoenberg in Hollywood.
Unlike a normal edit, gene drive systems could lastingly alter or suppress local or global populations of a target species.
Elowan is a cybernetic lifeform, a plant in direct dialogue with a machine. Using its own internal electrical signals, the plant is inter...
A Parsons and MIT researcher hooked up electrodes to a plant’s leaves to turn it into a robotic sensor.
Introducing Elowan, a robot-plant hybrid designed by Harpreet Sareen and Pattie Maes, both from MIT Media Lab.
As Collier gets ready to release his sophomore album, "Djesse," he's adding a new element to his musical world: other people.
Creating sensitive and astute machines comes with a plethora of ethical considerations.
An active and passionate community of over 2,500 people spread across 62 countries have rallied around the open source platform.
Boyden is certainly a wellspring of innovative ideas—but more than this, he is a scientific pioneer.
Machover, known for his use of new technologies to expand music, was moved by Schoenberg’s commitment to maintain his artistic integrity.
We have developed a wireless system that leverages the inexpensive RFID tags already on hundreds of billions of products to sense potent...
MIT researchers have found a way to check many items instantly, non-invasively, and from a distance—using the RFID tags.
Visionary composer Tod Machover is unleashing his latest marriage of technology and tradition: "Schoenberg in Hollywood."
Simple, scalable wireless system uses the RFID tags on billions of products to sense contamination.
Sohan Dsouza speaks on the topic of moral machines.
"Food computers" can tell us everything we need to know about what we grow and eat.
Researchers live-stream data in Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary with the hopes of better understanding wildlife restoration techniques.
The OpenAg™ Personal Food Computer is a tabletop-sized, controlled environment agriculture technology platform that uses robotic systems ...
Voter turnout is affected by many barriers, one of which is mobility. In 2016, there were an estimated 15 million registered voters who d...
Humans can accurately sense the position, speed, and torque of their limbs, even with their eyes shut. This sense, known as proprioceptio...