The programs are designed to foster an understanding of how artificial intelligence technologies work, including their social implications.
For the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing dean, bringing disciplines together is the best way to address challenges and opportunities posed by rapid advancements in computing.
MIT AI Hardware Program launches with five inaugural companies to advance AI technologies for the next decade.
Q&A: Climate Grand Challenges finalists on accelerating reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions
Faculty leaders describe their efforts to develop potentially game-changing tools.
MLK Visiting Professor S. Craig Watkins looks beyond algorithm bias to an AI future where models more effectively deal with systemic inequality.
A new MIT-wide effort launched by the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society uses social science and computation to address systemic racism.
The Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing publishes a collection of original pedagogical materials developed for instructional use on MIT OpenCourseWare.
A subset of the finalists will be announced as multiyear flagship projects this spring.
Letter announces Reif's intention to step down as president at the end of 2022, and names Cynthia Barnhart as provost.
Senior Sihao Huang uses his background in physics and complex systems to inform his interdisciplinary approach to political science.