Student-powered machine learning
Recent MEng graduates reflect on their application-focused research as affiliates of the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab.
On the road to cleaner, greener, and faster driving
Researchers use artificial intelligence to help autonomous vehicles avoid idling at red lights.
Unlocking new doors to artificial intelligence
MEng graduate students engage with IBM to develop their research skills and solutions to real-world problems.
A new methodology simulates counterfactual, time-varying, and dynamic treatment strategies, allowing doctors to choose the best course of action.
Tiny machine learning design alleviates a bottleneck in memory usage on internet-of-things devices
New technique applied to small computer chips enables efficient vision and detection algorithms without internet connectivity.
Machines that see the world more like humans do
A new “common-sense” approach to computer vision enables artificial intelligence that interprets scenes more accurately than other systems do.
EECS Graduate Women’s Annual Research Summit Increases Research Visibility and Strengthens Community
Summit features the latest research of women and other underrepresented genders in MIT EECS, along with an opportunity to network, share experiences, and learn.
The award acknowledges outstanding technical contributions in science and engineering, of great impact to IEEE fields of interest.