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Creating bespoke programming languages for efficient visual AI systems

May 6, 2024

Associate Professor Jonathan Ragan-Kelley optimizes how computer graphics and images are processed for the hardware of today and tomorrow.

QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 11 subjects for 2024

May 3, 2024

The Institute also ranks second in five subject areas.

To build a better AI helper, start by modeling the irrational behavior of humans

April 19, 2024

A new technique can be used to predict the actions of human or AI agents who behave suboptimally while working toward unknown goals.

AI generates high-quality images 30 times faster in a single step

March 25, 2024

Novel method makes tools like Stable Diffusion and DALL-E-3 faster by simplifying the image-generating process to a single step while maintaining or enhancing image quality.

Optimizing nuclear fuels for next-generation reactors

March 25, 2024

While working to nurture scientific talent in his native Nigeria, Assistant Professor Ericmoore Jossou is setting his sights on using materials science and computation to design robust nuclear components.

Using generative AI to improve software testing

March 6, 2024

MIT spinout DataCebo helps companies bolster their datasets by creating synthetic data that mimic the real thing.

Department of EECS Announces 2024 Promotions

February 28, 2024

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is proud to announce multiple promotions.

Reasoning and reliability in AI

January 22, 2024

PhD students interning with the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab look to improve natural language usage.

New hope for early pancreatic cancer intervention via AI-based risk prediction

January 22, 2024

MIT CSAIL researchers develop advanced machine-learning models that outperform current methods in detecting pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.

A flexible solution to help artists improve animation

January 3, 2024

This new method draws on 200-year-old geometric foundations to give artists control over the appearance of animated characters.