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Students pitch transformative ideas in generative AI at MIT Ignite competition

December 1, 2023

Twelve teams of students and postdocs across the MIT community presented innovative startup ideas with potential for real-world impact.

New method uses crowdsourced feedback to help train robots

November 29, 2023

Human Guided Exploration (HuGE) enables AI agents to learn quickly with some help from humans, even if the humans make mistakes.

Celebrating five years of MIT.nano

November 29, 2023

The Nano Summit highlights nanoscale research across multiple disciplines at MIT.

Judy Hoyt, seen here in her office in front of a photo of Stanford's campus, wears a red turtleneck and black blazer.

Judy Hoyt, a pioneer in semiconductor research, is remembered.

November 27, 2023

Professor Judy Hoyt, a pioneer in semiconductor research, passed away on August 6, 2023.

Rewarding excellence in open data

November 22, 2023

MIT researchers who share their data recognized at second annual awards celebration.

Computational imaging researcher attended a lecture, found her career

November 14, 2023

A pivotal talk led postdoc Kristina Monakhova to develop smart, computational cameras and microscopes for intelligent systems.

Student Spotlight: Isabella Pedraza Piñeros

November 6, 2023

Our first subject, Isabella Pedraza Piñeros, is a first-year MEng student in the Department of EECS; she graduated with her degree in Computer Science and Engineering in the spring of 2023.

Accelerating AI tasks while preserving data security

November 3, 2023

The SecureLoop search tool efficiently identifies secure designs for hardware that can boost the performance of complex AI tasks, while requiring less energy.

Forging climate connections across the Institute

November 3, 2023

Inaugural Fast Forward Faculty Fund grants aim to spur new work on climate change and deepen collaboration at MIT.

Using language to give robots a better grasp of an open-ended world

November 3, 2023

By blending 2D images with foundation models to build 3D feature fields, a new MIT method helps robots understand and manipulate nearby objects with open-ended language prompts.