Researchers coaxed a family of generative AI models to work together to solve multistep robot manipulation problems.
Images that humans perceive as completely unrelated can be classified as the same by computational models.
Three graduate students forged a path to the same Picower Institute lab through participating in the MIT Summer Research Program in Biology and Neuroscience.
Through her organization, Sprouting, Taylor Baum is empowering teachers to teach coding and computer science in their classrooms and communities.
Using insights into how people intuit others’ emotions, researchers have designed a model that approximates this aspect of human social intelligence.
MIT researchers uncover the structural properties and dynamics of deep classifiers, offering novel explanations for optimization, generalization, and approximation in deep networks.
A new computational model could explain differences in recognizing facial emotions.
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar bridges disciplines to translate vision into elegant math and neuroscience theory.