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Neural networks facilitate optimization in the search for new materials
by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office on 26. März 2020 at 4:00
Sorting through millions of possibilities, a search for battery materials delivered results in five weeks instead of 50 years.
System trains driverless cars in simulation before they hit the road
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 23. März 2020 at 16:30
Using a photorealistic simulation engine, vehicles learn to drive in the real world and recover from near-crash scenarios.
“Inactive” pill ingredients could raise the dose of your medication
by Kim Martineau | MIT Quest for Intelligence on 17. März 2020 at 19:20
With help from artificial intelligence, researchers identify hidden power of vitamin A and ordinary chewing gum glaze.
Deep learning for mechanical property evaluation
by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office on 16. März 2020 at 18:59
New technique allows for more precise measurements of deformation characteristics using nanoindentation tools.
3Q: Collaborating with users to develop accessible designs
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 13. März 2020 at 4:00
An MIT team discusses the pitfalls of “parachute research” and the importance of “sociotechnical” factors.
The elephant in the server room
by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office on 9. März 2020 at 4:00
Catherine D’Ignazio’s new book, “Data Feminism,” examines problems of bias and power that beset modern information.
“Doing machine learning the right way”
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 8. März 2020 at 4:59
Professor Aleksander Madry strives to build machine-learning models that are more reliable, understandable, and robust.
Showing robots how to do your chores
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 6. März 2020 at 4:59
By observing humans, robots learn to perform complex tasks, such as setting a table.
A new model of vision
by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 4. März 2020 at 19:00
Computer model of face processing could reveal how the brain produces richly detailed visual representations so quickly.
Integrating electronics onto physical prototypes
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 4. März 2020 at 4:59
In place of flat “breadboards,” 3D-printed CurveBoards enable easier testing of circuit design on electronics products.
Demystifying the world of deep networks
by Kris Brewer | Center for Brains, Minds and Machines on 28. Februar 2020 at 19:40
Researchers discover that no magic is required to explain why deep networks generalize despite going against statistical intuition.
Machine learning picks out hidden vibrations from earthquake data
by Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office on 28. Februar 2020 at 18:00
Technique may help scientists more accurately map vast underground geologic structures.
To self-drive in the snow, look under the road
by Adam Conner-Simons | MIT CSAIL on 26. Februar 2020 at 19:50
Weather’s a problem for autonomous cars. MIT’s new system shows promise by using “ground-penetrating radar” instead of cameras or lasers.
Protecting sensitive metadata so it can’t be used for surveillance
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 26. Februar 2020 at 5:00
System ensures hackers eavesdropping on large networks can’t find out who’s communicating and when they’re doing so.
MIT Solve announces 2020 global challenges
by Claire Crowther | MIT Solve on 25. Februar 2020 at 21:15
Tech-based solutions sought for challenges in work environments, education for girls and women, maternal and newborn health, and sustainable food.
Bringing deep learning to life
by Kim Martineau | MIT Quest for Intelligence on 24. Februar 2020 at 19:10
MIT duo uses music, videos, and real-world examples to teach students the foundations of artificial intelligence.
A human-machine collaboration to defend against cyberattacks
by Zach Winn | MIT News Office on 21. Februar 2020 at 19:12
PatternEx merges human and machine expertise to spot and respond to hacks.
A road map for artificial intelligence policy
by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office on 20. Februar 2020 at 19:08
In a Starr Forum talk, Luis Videgaray, director of MIT’s AI Policy for the World Project, outlines key facets of regulating new technologies.
Artificial intelligence yields new antibiotic
by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 20. Februar 2020 at 15:59
A deep-learning model identifies a powerful new drug that can kill many species of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Benjamin Chang: Might technology tip the global scales?
by Leda Zimmerman | MIT Political Science on 19. Februar 2020 at 19:30
MIT graduate student is assessing the impacts of artificial intelligence on military power, with a focus on the US and China.
SENSE.nano awards seed grants in optoelectronics, interactive manufacturing
by MIT.nano on 13. Februar 2020 at 21:40
The mission of SENSE.nano is to foster the development and use of novel sensors, sensing systems, and sensing solutions.
MIT researchers identify security vulnerabilities in voting app
by Abby Abazorius | MIT News Office on 13. Februar 2020 at 8:00
Mobile voting application could allow hackers to alter individual votes and may pose privacy issues for users.
“Sensorized” skin helps soft robots find their bearings
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 13. Februar 2020 at 4:59
Flexible sensors and an artificial intelligence model tell deformable robots how their bodies are positioned in a 3D environment.
Automated system can rewrite outdated sentences in Wikipedia articles
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 12. Februar 2020 at 18:51
Text-generating tool pinpoints and replaces specific information in sentences while retaining humanlike grammar and style.
Maintaining the equipment that powers our world
by Zach Winn | MIT News Office on 12. Februar 2020 at 14:39
By organizing performance data and predicting problems, Tagup helps energy companies keep their equipment running.
Bridging the gap between human and machine vision
by Kris Brewer | Center for Brains, Minds and Machines on 11. Februar 2020 at 21:40
Researchers develop a more robust machine-vision architecture by studying how human vision responds to changing viewpoints of objects.
Brainstorming energy-saving hacks on Satori, MIT’s new supercomputer
by Kim Martineau | MIT Quest for Intelligence on 11. Februar 2020 at 16:50
Three-day hackathon explores methods for making artificial intelligence faster and more sustainable.
Drawing daily doodles: Chalk of the Day brightens MIT
by Julia Newman | Division of Student Life on 10. Februar 2020 at 21:10
Chalk of the Day, an MIT student group, draws beautiful daily works of art on the chalk wall in Building 32.
Hey Alexa! Sorry I fooled you ...
by Rachel Gordon | MIT CSAIL on 7. Februar 2020 at 16:20
MIT’s new system TextFooler can trick the types of natural-language-processing systems that Google uses to help power its search results, including audio for Google Home.
Researchers develop a roadmap for growth of new solar cells
by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office on 6. Februar 2020 at 15:57
Starting with higher-value niche markets and then expanding could help perovskite-based solar panels become competitive with silicon.
A college for the computing age
by Terri Park | MIT Schwarzman College of Computing on 4. Februar 2020 at 17:30
With the initial organizational structure in place, the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing moves forward with implementation.
A smart surface for smart devices
by Adam Conner-Simons | CSAIL on 3. Februar 2020 at 15:30
External system improves phones’ signal strength 1,000 percent, without requiring extra antennas.
Giving cryptocurrency users more bang for their buck
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 30. Januar 2020 at 18:43
Routing scheme boosts efficiency in networks that help speed up blockchain transactions.
At halfway point, SuperUROP scholars share their research results
by Kathryn O'Neill | Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science on 29. Januar 2020 at 19:25
In a lively poster session, more than 100 undergraduates discuss their yearlong research projects on everything from machine learning to political geography.
Engineers design bionic “heart” for testing prosthetic valves, other cardiac devices
by Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office on 29. Januar 2020 at 19:00
Device made of heart tissue and a robotic pumping system beats like the real thing.
Demystifying artificial intelligence
by Kim Martineau | MIT Quest for Intelligence on 29. Januar 2020 at 18:55
Doctoral candidate Natalie Lao wants to show that anyone can learn to use AI to make a better world.
Gift will allow MIT researchers to use artificial intelligence in a biomedical device
by Maria Iacobo | Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on 29. Januar 2020 at 15:50
Device developed within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has the potential to replace damaged organs with lab-grown ones.
Technique reveals whether models of patient risk are accurate
by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 23. Januar 2020 at 10:00
Computer scientists’ new method could help doctors avoid ineffective or unnecessarily risky treatments.
Using artificial intelligence to enrich digital maps
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 23. Januar 2020 at 5:00
Model tags road features based on satellite images, to improve GPS navigation in places with limited map data.
How to verify that quantum chips are computing correctly
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 13. Januar 2020 at 15:59
A new method determines whether circuits are accurately executing complex operations that classical computers can’t tackle.
How well can computers connect symptoms to diseases?
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 9. Januar 2020 at 22:10
Models that map these relationships based on patient data require fine-tuning for certain conditions, study shows.
Three from MIT are named 2020 fellows of the IEEE
by Dorothy Ryan | Lincoln Laboratory on 8. Januar 2020 at 21:25
Two staff members from Lincoln Laboratory and a professor in the School of Engineering are recognized for their influential research.
Finding the true potential of algorithms
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 7. Januar 2020 at 5:00
Using mathematical theory, Virginia Williams coaxes algorithms to run faster or proves they’ve hit their maximum speed.
Tool predicts how fast code will run on a chip
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office on 6. Januar 2020 at 5:00
Machine-learning system should enable developers to improve computing efficiency in a range of applications.
Bringing artificial intelligence and MIT to middle school classrooms
by Stefanie Koperniak | MIT Open Learning on 30. Dezember 2019 at 15:45
MIT researchers and collaborators have developed an open-source curriculum to teach young students about ethics and artificial intelligence.
Finding a good read among billions of choices
by Kim Martineau | MIT Quest for Intelligence on 20. Dezember 2019 at 17:55
As natural language processing techniques improve, suggestions are getting speedier and more relevant.
When machine learning packs an economic punch
by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office on 20. Dezember 2019 at 15:04
Study: After eBay improved its translation software, international commerce increased sharply.
Exploring hip hop history with art and technology
by Suzanne Day | Office of Open Learning on 20. Dezember 2019 at 14:00
With its centerpiece exhibit for the forthcoming Universal Hip Hop Museum, an MIT team uses artificial intelligence to explore the rich history of hip hop music.
Boston-area girls discover a passion for coding
by Dorothy Ryan | Lincoln Laboratory on 13. Dezember 2019 at 17:20
Weekend robotics workshops help middle and high school girls dispel “computing phobia.”
Differences between deep neural networks and human perception
by Kenneth I. Blum | Center for Brains, Minds and Machines on 12. Dezember 2019 at 18:05
Stimuli that sound or look like gibberish to humans are indistinguishable from naturalistic stimuli to deep networks.
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Microsoft teams up with leading universities to tackle coronavirus pandemic using AI
on 30. März 2020 at 18:52
The newly-formed C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute has an open call for proposals to mitigate the COVID-19 epidemic using artificial intelligence and machine learning.
IBM publishes COVID-19-related Call for Code starter kits
on 30. März 2020 at 16:57
The three coronavirus-related guides for developers focus on crisis communication, remote education, and community education. Call for Code Challenge climate change starter kits are also available.
How AI could help in the fight against COVID-19
on 30. März 2020 at 10:00
From developing drug treatments to predicting the next hotspot, artificial intelligence may help researchers, healthcare workers, and everyday people offset the impact of the coronavirus.
How do we get AI out of the early adopter phase? It's about people
on 25. März 2020 at 17:26
Commentary: Artificial intelligence is finally seeing heavy production use, but not as broadly as it will once the technology becomes more accessible.
How automation is speeding delivery of COVID-19 results to hospitals
on 25. März 2020 at 16:18
Kryon, a robotics process automation provider, helped upload COVID-19 test results from the Israeli Ministry of Health to Maccabi, one of Israel's biggest healthcare providers, in 48 hours.
How Adobe Magento Commerce took one retailer from startup to success
on 19. März 2020 at 18:39
Tech startup Wyze used a cloud-based eCommerce platform to create a smoother, more efficient online shopping experience at scale.
Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu AI make cloud services free during COVID-19 pandemic
on 18. März 2020 at 20:00
In a bid to help researchers, businesses and students, the top three Chinese cloud providers have made services available free to those in need, setting a precedent for similar incidents in the future.
CIOs face uphill climb in finding skilled artificial intelligence talent
on 18. März 2020 at 16:52
For the past four years, the strongest demand for people with AI skills has not come from the IT department but from other business areas, Gartner data shows.
85% of organizations are using AI in deployed applications
on 18. März 2020 at 14:02
More than half of businesses are now in the mature phase of AI adoption, indicating significant growth within the past year alone, O'Reilly found.
Hospital using chatbot to screen coronavirus patients
on 17. März 2020 at 16:14
The chatbot, built with Microsoft services, answers questions from people about potential coronavirus symptoms.