Aleksander Madry, Asu Ozdaglar, and Luis Videgaray, co-chairs of the AI Policy Forum, discuss key issues facing the AI policy landscape today.
Chaplain to the Institute and associate dean of the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life reflects on the office’s priorities and how the community still surprises her.
Caspar Hare, Georgia Perakis named associate deans of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing
The faculty members will work together to advance the cross-cutting initiative of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
New research ties inaccuracies in pulse oximeter readings to racial disparities in treatment and outcomes.
The MIT Museum director describes how the museum is reinventing itself for the 21st century.
“Interpretability methods” seek to shed light on how machine-learning models make predictions, but researchers say to proceed with caution.
Methods that make a machine-learning model’s predictions more accurate overall can reduce accuracy for underrepresented subgroups. A new approach can help.
The second AI Policy Forum Symposium convened global stakeholders across sectors to discuss critical policy questions in artificial intelligence.
In annual T.T. and W.F. Chao Distinguished Buddhist Lecture Series, Baker takes up “Environment, Ethics and Embodiment: Buddhist Approaches to Climate Change.”
MIT political science master’s student Milain Fayulu is building brands to bring change to his home country.