Can we meaningfully allow for a given piece of music to morph and evolve with different impact on each hearing?
Researchers hope the system can zero in on the right patients to enroll in clinical trials, to speed discovery of drug treatments.
Imagine a robotic attachment for a guitar that allows a human artist and a robot to share the act of playing the instrument.
Molecular biology fundamentally computes to build; it is an information processing system. — Neil Gershenfeld, Director of MIT Center for Bits + Atoms
A new study demonstrates, for the first time, that “social robots” used in support sessions held in pediatric units at hospitals can lead to more positive emotions in sick children.
Helping to prevent sudden death of people with epilepsy.
Imagine that as solitary bikes come together, their lights begin to pulsate at the same cadence
We need new forcasting techniques for the future of work.
Economic inequality isn’t just limited to neighborhoods; it’s part of the places you visit every day.
The limitations of current solutions to assisting older adults, the increased social and emotional toll on caregivers, and the inability of institutions to create structural solutions in a timely manner calls for a paradigm shift in the way we approach aging.
“Untold Possibilities at the Last Minute” presents local artists working to spread the message of what is coming, adaptions we can make now to reduce climate change, and how we can prepare for a warmer future
Space is becoming increasingly congested, with over 20,000 pieces of debris larger than 10 centimeters, including inactive satellites and discarded rocket parts hurtling around in Earth’s orbit.
“Project Gender Shades” at MIT looks at the ethics of artificial intelligence.