Former British foreign minister says “countervailing power” must be developed to protect human rights and safeguard democracy.
As the United Kingdom's foreign secretary, Miliband drove advancements in human rights and became known as “one of the ablest, most creative public servants of our time.”
Convened by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, the AI Policy Forum will develop frameworks and tools for governments and companies to implement concrete policies.
Website, online tools will help MIT fulfill National Association of the Deaf lawsuit settlement terms.
Growing program provides free legal services to student entrepreneurs and researchers, while giving law students practical experience.
Mutongi discusses the connection between Kenyan widows and the #MeToo movement, myths of African entrepreneurship, and the wider implications of her research.
The political consequence of even short jail terms is disproportionately pushing African-American voters out of the electorate.
“Every building is ultimately a compromise” involving many stakeholders, says architectural historian Timothy Hyde.
Developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, IdPrism and its award-winning algorithms provide rapid analysis for complex forensic DNA samples.
Rahsaan Hall of the ACLU’s Massachusetts branch delivers keynote at annual MIT event.
CSAIL system encourages government transparency using cryptography on a public log of wiretap requests.
Suzanne Glassburn of MIT’s Office of the General Counsel will assume role.