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September 13, 2022

AI system makes models like DALL-E 2 more creative

Researchers develop a new method that uses multiple models to create more complex images with better understanding.

August 12, 2022

Researchers create the first artificial vision system for both land and water

Inspired by a fiddler crab eye, scientists developed an amphibious artificial vision system with a panoramic visual field.

July 29, 2022

A new twist on old-school animation

MIT researchers create KineCAM, an instant camera that yields images that appear to move.

Vincent Sitzmann

Vincent Sitzmann

Assistant Professor, (beginning July 2022)

sitzmann@mit.edu

Mina Konakovic Lukovic

Mina Konakovic Lukovic

Assistant Professor, (beginning July 2022)

minakl@mit.edu

March 8, 2022

School of Engineering welcomes new faculty

Sixteen new professors join the MIT community, with research areas ranging from robotics and machine learning to health care and agriculture.

February 16, 2022

Department of EECS announces 2022 Promotions

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is proud to announce the following promotions: Adam Belay is being promoted to Associate Professor Without Tenure, effective July

February 15, 2022

New recipients of Meta (Facebook) Fellowship for 2022

Meta (Facebook) recently announced the winners of its highly competitive 2022 fellowships. The incoming group of Fellowship recipients includes four MIT graduate students, two of whom study within

December 20, 2021

Five in EECS Appointed to Career Development Professorships

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has announced the appointment of five of its faculty members to Career Development Professorships, retroactively effective July 1, 2021. Those

Nine photos show different series of household items, such as a wrench and a box of sugar, clustered in different orientations towards each other.
December 15, 2021

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.