President Sally Kornbluth described the excitement of moving into her new role and discussed her goals for the spring semester in an email to the MIT community sent on Jan 4. The email is her first official communication since assuming the presidency on Jan. 1.
A team of researchers at MIT Open Learning and the MIT Media Lab developed an academic program to teach U.S. Air Force (USAF) personnel to understand and utilize artificial intelligence technologies.
On Sunday, Dec. 4, TEDxMIT held its biannual event titled “Natural and Artificial Intelligence” in collaboration with the Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory; the event was held in MIT’s Stata Center. After an a capella performance by the Chorallaries, 14 speakers presented on topics across the field of Intelligence -- neuroscientists explored human psychology, guided by the question ‘what defines a “mind”?, and artificial intelligence researchers discussed the “minds” of machines.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is Jan. 16.
Nathan Sawaya erases the boundaries between art and engineering through his renditions of famous artworks using LEGO bricks. This exhibition not only introduces you to a new kind of art but also kindles a passion to create art using LEGOs, waking up the “Nathan Sawaya” inside of you!