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With “Foundations of Computer Vision”, Antonio Torralba, Phillip Isola, and William Freeman take a closer look at a changing field

July 12, 2024

The three EECS professors have authored a comprehensive and holistic introduction to the complex topic.

MIT-Takeda Program wraps up with 16 publications, a patent, and nearly two dozen projects completed

July 11, 2024

The program focused on AI in health care, drawing on Takeda’s R&D experience in drug development and MIT’s deep expertise in AI.

Implantable microphone could lead to fully internal cochlear implants

July 11, 2024

This tiny, biocompatible sensor may overcome one of the biggest hurdles that prevent the devices from being completely implanted.

The tenured engineers of 2024

July 11, 2024

Twelve faculty members have been granted tenure in six units across MIT’s School of Engineering.

MIT researchers introduce generative AI for databases

July 11, 2024

This new tool offers an easier way for people to analyze complex tabular data.

Best picnic spot near Cambridge–Killian Court, MIT!

July 9, 2024

EECS hosts MSRP interns for picnic lunch and fun conversation!

From group stretches to “Hitting Roman,” MIT Motorsports traditions live on

July 2, 2024

The Chan siblings reflect on their Motorsports experience, eight years apart.

An assisted step forward: Max Burns talks about the process, and teamwork, of invention

July 1, 2024

The SuperUROP participant from Logan, Ohio, has found his passion working with assistive technology.

Helping nonexperts build advanced generative AI models

June 28, 2024

MosaicML, co-founded by an MIT alumnus and a professor, made deep-learning models faster and more efficient. Its acquisition by Databricks broadened that mission.

Study reveals why AI models that analyze medical images can be biased

June 28, 2024

These models, which can predict a patient’s race, gender, and age, seem to use those traits as shortcuts when making medical diagnoses.