Computer science and technology
Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting.
MIT graduate student is assessing the impacts of artificial intelligence on military power, with a focus on the US and China.
Through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, students work to build AI tools with impact.
The mission of SENSE.nano is to foster the development and use of novel sensors, sensing systems, and sensing solutions.
Mobile voting application could allow hackers to alter individual votes and may pose privacy issues for users.
Flexible sensors and an artificial intelligence model tell deformable robots how their bodies are positioned in a 3D environment.
Text-generating tool pinpoints and replaces specific information in sentences while retaining humanlike grammar and style.
Three-day hackathon explores methods for making artificial intelligence faster and more sustainable.
Routing scheme boosts efficiency in networks that help speed up blockchain transactions.
Qubits made from strontium and calcium ions can be precisely controlled by technology that already exists.