banking and finance
neural interfacing and control
internet of things
natural language processing
sports and fitness
point of care
Groh, Matthew. "Identifying the Context Shift between Test Benchmarks and Production Data." arXiv preprint arXiv:2207.01059 (2022).
By Chelsea Barabas, Karthik Dinakar, and Colin DoyleTwenty-seven prominent researchers from MIT, Harvard, Princeton, NYU, …
Advancing human wellbeing by developing new ways to communicate, understand, and respond to emotion
MIT uses affective computing in efforts to improve human mental health.
Rico Medina, Andres. “Socio-Environmental Sensor Networks for Community Sensing.” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, 2022.
Cultivating wisdom through evolutionary and ecological engineering
Audio-visual data set containing around 21.6 hours of parent-child interaction during story reading.The DAMI-P2C dataset consists of audio-…
MIT Center for Constructive Communication
Promoting deeper learning and understanding in human networks
Making the invisible visible–inside our bodies, around us, and beyond–for health, work, and connection
On KCRW's Life Examined, Rosalind Picard talks about the potential for technology to help people understand emotions and improve wellbeing.
Affective Computing PhD student Matt Groh and other experts offer a few recommendations to help people recognize falsehoods online.
Mental Machine: Labour in the Self Economy, 2022, is a live performance by Kawita Vatanajyankur made in collaboration with Pat Patara…
Williams, R., Ali, S., Devasia, N. et al. AI + Ethics Curricula for Middle School Youth: Lessons Learned from Three Project-Based Curricula. Int J Artif Intell Educ (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40593-022-00298-y
Neil Gaikwad from the Space Enabled research group is co-organizing the KDD Workshop on Humanitarian Mapping.
Reimagining human cooperation in the age of social media and artificial intelligence
Open Agriculture Initiative (OpenAg)
Creating technology for social change
Changing storytelling, communication, and everyday life through sensing, understanding, and new interface technologies
Designing for, with, and by nature
Researchers develop a comfortable, form-fitting fabric that recognizes its wearer’s activities, like walking, running, and jumping.
Neil Gaikwad, a PhD student in the Space Enabled research group, has been selected as one of the 2019 Facebook Fellows.
Neil Gaikwad, a PhD student at the Media Lab, has received the GSC Graduate Teaching Award, an Institute Award presented annually to one MI…
Named Human Rights & Technology Fellow by MIT Center for International Studies, and a Rising Star by UChicago Center for Data & Computing.
Personal Robots group head Cynthia Breazeal speaks with Marwa ElDiwiny on a recent episode of the IEEE RAS Soft Robotics podcast.
A Conversation with the Sun is an artistic exploration by acclaimed Thai auteur and artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul in collaboration…
Retrofitting is a technique used to move word vectors closer together or further apart in their space to reflect their relationships in a K…
We want to create immersive, personalized, and scalable digital experiences. In order to do that, we need to fundamentally rethink the way …
ConceptNet, or Open Mind Common Sense, is a long-standing project designed to help computers understand the meanings of words that people u…
Trying to catch up to a rapidly advancing technology, government agencies, industry, and academia are looking for guidance and best practic…
In this speculative project, we "flipped the script" on a widespread narrative regarding the use of algorithmic risk assessment for crimina…
Algorithmic auditing has emerged as a key strategy to expose systematic biases embedded in software platforms, yet scholarship on the impac…
The Gender Shades project pilots an intersectional approach to inclusive product testing for AI.Algorithmic Bias PersistsGender Shades is a…
Your social media. Your rules.Gobo is an experiment, not a startup. We’re building it to change the conversation on social media and imagin…
Thousands of children participate in MIT-developed artificial intelligence curriculum.
We live in a world of personified conversational assistants (agents). We interact with these agents in our daily lives such as smart speake…
One of the principal benefits of counterfactual explanations is allowing users to explore "what-if" scenarios through what does not and can…
Automatic emotion recognition has become a well-established machine learning task in recent years. The sensitive and subjective nature of e…
In the quest towards general artificial intelligence (AI), researchers have explored developing loss functions that act as intrinsic motiva…
In collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, we are conducting a clinical trial exploring objective methods for assessing depressi…
The Fluid Interfaces group + NTT DATA hosted Virtual Beings + Being Virtual, a workshop exploring positive uses of AI-generated characters
By predicting sparse shadow cues, our physics-inspired machine learning algorithm can reconstruct the underlying 3D scene. Abstract. W…
Our body and mind relate in ways which are extraordinarily enigmatic and seemingly incomprehensible. Recent findings exemplify this by show…
Research MotivationCan we become more socially connected with one another through the facilitation of a socially embodied agent? What types…
Social robotics pioneer Prof. Cynthia Breazeal discusses artificial intelligence in our lives, digital citizenship, and AI education for all
As the presence of artificial intelligence expands significantly in children’s lives of learning and play, it is critical that students lea…
With the emergence of social robots in people’s daily lives, their interactions with people need to consider not only engaging with in…
New research shows that detecting digital fakes generated by machine learning might be a job best done with humans still in the loop.
Vespers is a collection of masks exploring what it means to design (with) life. From the relic of the death mask to a contemporary living d…
With the advent of real-time photorealism (RTPR), virtual environments are now able to achieve higher degrees of engagement than ever befor…
Depending on the operational environment of an autonomous system, a great deal of perceptual uncertainty may be introduced to an object det…
Navigation for autonomous UAVS (unmanned aerial vehicles) is a complex problem and physical field testing of associated tasks introduces a …
Many tasks are not easily defined and/or too complex for supervised machine learning approaches. For these reasons, a technique known as&nb…
A revolutionary new piece of civic infrastructure for more inclusive public input.Real Talk for Change is a collaboration between MIT’s Cen…
A database of community conversations in various Boston neighborhoods launches publicly on Monday.
How to Train Your Robot is a curriculum for students in 5-8th grade to explore artificial intelligence and ethics. In this course, students…
Check out this list of cyberart projects compiled by The Boston Globe, which includes work by alum Alexander Reben and Prof. Ekene Ijeoma.
MIT scientist Rosalind Picard collaborates with clinicians to develop tools for mental health care delivery.
MAS.S64 Real-world Evaluation of Artificial Intelligence and Genome Editing Technologies - Fall 2020 Online CourseWhen: Tuesdays, 3-4 …
A new study by researchers from the Personal Robots group and collaborators assesses how families interact with voice-user interfaces.
Deb Roy talks to McKinsey about the many ways audience, voice, and medium combine to create compelling stories.
The more social behaviors a voice-user interface exhibits, the more likely people are to trust it, engage with it, and think it competent.
PhD student Matt Groh speaks with Input Magazine’s Annie Rauwerda about his team's recent research on deepfake detection.
MIT scientists discuss the future of AI with applications across many sectors, as a tool that can be both beneficial and harmful.
Member company Dentsu and the Affective Computing research group have been collaborating on a research project to use smartphone and d…
Researchers encourage positive use cases of AI-generated characters for education and well-being.