EECS professor appointed to new professorship in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
PIGINet leverages machine learning to streamline and enhance household robots' task and motion planning, by assessing and filtering feasible solutions in complex environments.
A new report by MIT researchers highlights the potential of generative AI to help workers with certain writing assignments.
This AI system only needs a small amount of data to predict molecular properties, which could speed up drug discovery and material development.
BioAutoMATED, an open-source, automated machine-learning platform, aims to help democratize artificial intelligence for research labs.
Experts from MIT’s School of Engineering, Schwarzman College of Computing, and Sloan Executive Education educate national security leaders in AI fundamentals.
A new dataset can help scientists develop automatic systems that generate richer, more descriptive captions for online charts.
MAGE merges the two key tasks of image generation and recognition, typically trained separately, into a single system.