A modern-day Renaissance man, Hawley pioneered the internet of things, won the Van Cliburn amateur piano competition, and published the world’s largest book.
MIT CSAIL researchers say improving computing technology after Moore's Law will require more efficient software, new algorithms, and specialized hardware.
An MIT system uses wireless signals to measure in-home appliance usage to better understand health tendencies.
Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to counterfeiting.
RFID-based devices work in indoor and outdoor lighting conditions, and communicate at greater distances.
Efficient chip enables low-power devices to run today’s toughest quantum encryption schemes.
Project out of the MIT Media Lab uses biosensors and machine learning to optimize the sensory experience in individual work environments.
Wireless smart-home system from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory could monitor diseases and help the elderly “age in place.”