MIT students team up with Hong Kong students and companies to explore emerging opportunities in fintech.
Measuring traffic properties requires vast amounts of data. Meshkat Botshekan, a PhD student working with the MIT CSHub, is discovering a more efficient and affordable physics-inspired alternative.
With a tensor language prototype, “speed and correctness do not have to compete ... they can go together, hand-in-hand.”
MIT App Inventor’s “Appathon” joins programmers from around the world to imagine a better future and start building it one app at a time.
MIT alumni-founded Amplitude offers tools to help companies respond to the ways users interact with their digital products.
MIT researchers are using smartphones to gather roadway information previously inaccessible to many departments of transportation.
MLK Visiting Scholar focuses on microelectronics for cell analysis and biomedical applications.
The startup Kinsa uses its smart thermometers to detect and track the spread of contagious illness before patients go to the hospital.
MIT App Inventor Challenge allows children to create apps that tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Based on crowdsourced data, app helps patients, EMTs, and physicians determine real-time availability of hospital resources.