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MIT’s J-Clinic and an alum’s nonprofit are working to help machine learning realize its promise in health care.
Chris Schmandt ’73, SM ’80, spent four decades “playing around” at the Media Lab, inventing interactive speech interfaces for computers and the first in-car navigation system that told drivers where to go.
Facts and figures about the annual pilgrimage to campus
MIT must prepare students for a world in which computation is as fundamental as math—and make sure AI is developed responsibly, for the good of society.
Researchers find vast gains in economic growth after countries reject authoritarianism.
A surprising property of spider silk could lead to artificial muscles.
An immune response creates a hospitable environment for cancer.
Six Turing laureates who pushed for a college of computing wrestle with the future of their field.
The microstructure of the crustacean’s underbelly makes it as tough as industrial rubber.
A new platform lets people manage how companies can use their data.
A deep look at the internet’s design, and a behind-the-scenes tour of Lawrence Livermore National Lab
How the internet became a threat to democracy—and how MIT’s new College of Computing can help.
A controversial report, an MIT professor, and the most publicized nuclear disaster in US history
Above and beyond with the Institute’s more than 40 alumni
Jeffrey Heller ’64, MArch ’68
Frances Pinedo ’94
L. Dolio Durant ’99
Cody Daniel ’11
Rebecca Hui, MCP ’17