Tamara Broderick first set foot on MIT’s campus when she was a high school student, as a participant in the inaugural Women’s Technology Program. The monthlong summer academic experience gives young women a hands-on introduction to engineering and computer science. What is the probability that she would return to MIT years [...]
Fri, Mar 01, 2024
Source MIT – Artificial Intelligence
Our ability to cram ever-smaller transistors onto a chip has enabled today’s age of ubiquitous computing. But that approach is finally running into limits, with some experts declaring an end to Moore’s Law and a related principle, known as Dennard’s Scaling. Those developments couldn’t be coming at a worse time. Demand [...]
Fri, Mar 01, 2024
Source MIT – Artificial Intelligence
Benjamin Warf, a renowned neurosurgeon at Boston Children’s Hospital, stands in the MIT.nano Immersion Lab. More than 3,000 miles away, his virtual avatar stands next to Matheus Vasconcelos in Brazil as the resident practices delicate surgery on a doll-like model of a baby’s brain. With a pair of virtual-reality goggles, Vasconcelos [...]
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
Source MIT – Artificial Intelligence
example of game generated from a crayon sketch
OpenAI’s recent reveal of its stunning generative model Sora pushed the envelope of what’s possible with text-to-video. Now Google DeepMind brings us text-to-video games. The new model, called Genie, can take a short description, a hand-drawn sketch or a photo and turn it into a playable video game in the style [...]
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
Source Technology Review – Artificial Intelligence
Generative AI, though still an emergent technology, has been in the headlines since OpenAI’s ChatGPT sparked a global frenzy in 2023. The technology has rapidly advanced far beyond its early, human-like capacity to enhance chat functions. It shows extensive promise across a range of use cases, including content creation, translation, [...]
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
Source Technology Review – Artificial Intelligence
The MIT Shaping the Future of Work Initiative, co-directed by MIT professors Daron Acemoglu, David Autor, and Simon Johnson, celebrated its official launch on Jan. 22. The new initiative’s mission is to analyze the forces that are eroding job quality and labor market opportunities for non-college workers and identify innovative [...]
Wed, Feb 28, 2024
Source MIT – Artificial Intelligence
This story originally appeared in The Algorithm, our weekly newsletter on AI. To get stories like this in your inbox first, sign up here. There has been some really encouraging news in the fight against deepfakes. A couple of weeks ago the US Federal Trade Commission announced it is finalizing rules banning the use [...]
Tue, Feb 27, 2024
Source Technology Review – Artificial Intelligence
Ultraviolet-laser processing is a promising technique for developing intricate microstructures, enabling complex alignment of muscle cells, required for building life-like biohybrid actuators. Compared to traditional complex methods, this innovative technique enables easy and quick fabrication of microstructures with intricate patterns for achieving different muscle cell arrangements, paving the way for [...]
Mon, Feb 26, 2024
Source Science Daily – Artificial Intelligence
In the ever-evolving landscape of customer experiences, AI has become a beacon guiding businesses toward seamless interactions. While AI has been transforming businesses long before the latest wave of viral chatbots, the emergence of generative AI and large language models represents a paradigm shift in how enterprises engage with customers [...]
Mon, Feb 26, 2024
Source Technology Review – Artificial Intelligence
Scientists introduce what they call 'simultaneous and heterogeneous multithreading' or SHMT. This system doubles computer processing speeds with existing hardware by simultaneously using graphics processing units (GPUs), hardware accelerators for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), or digital signal processing units to process information. [...]
Thu, Feb 22, 2024
Source Science Daily – Artificial Intelligence
Fossils of a marine animal that lived 500 million years ago, combined with computer simulations, informed the design of a new soft robot. [...]
Mon, Feb 12, 2024
Source Science Daily – Artificial Intelligence
Engineers have studied how insects navigate, for the purpose of developing energy-efficient robots. [...]
Mon, Feb 12, 2024
Source Science Daily – Artificial Intelligence

 

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