CEO Stephanie Khurana describes the nonprofit, whose work is aimed at those without easy access to degree and credential programs.
Study group of medical students in Turkey uses free MIT resources to pursue a PhD-level research agenda.
MIT researchers developed and studied a customized AI training program for users with varied backgrounds, which could be delivered across large organizations.
In MIT class 18.A34 (Mathematical Problem Solving), students prep for a major collegiate mathematics competition — and learn to love math.
“I get the chance to not only watch the future happen, but I can actually be a part of it and create it,” says Ugandan entrepreneur Emmanuel Kasigazi.
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.
Distinguished professor and public history advocate will oversee open education offerings and campus-focused services.
A multidisciplinary team of graduate students helps infuse ethical computing content into MIT’s largest machine learning course.
The Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing publishes a collection of original pedagogical materials developed for instructional use on MIT OpenCourseWare.