With FabO, PhD student Dishita Turakhia wants to empower students to learn digital fabrication by making video game objects and characters come alive.
MIT scientists unveil the first open-source simulation engine capable of constructing realistic environments for deployable training and testing of autonomous vehicles.
The reshaped series will integrate a wide range of disciplines — from mathematics to critical race theory, from software art to queer theory — to understand the social and cultural implications of software.
Researchers have created prototypes that enable screen-reader users to quickly and easily navigate through multiple levels of information in an online chart.
PhD candidate Jonathan Zong found a lack of systems that earn and maintain public trust in large-scale online research — so he made one himself.
The AI-Guided Ultrasound Intervention Device is a lifesaving technology that helps a range of users deliver complex medical interventions at the point of injury.
With a tensor language prototype, “speed and correctness do not have to compete ... they can go together, hand-in-hand.”
“Evolution Gym” is a large-scale benchmark for co-optimizing the design and control of soft robots that takes inspiration from nature and evolutionary processes.
Electrical engineer and Stanford University professor discusses how computer software can support advanced designs and new functionalities.