FLC Excellence in Technology Transfer Award recognizes two innovations that have transitioned to commercial use.
Probabilistic programming language allows for fast, error-free answers to hard AI problems, including fairness.
Originally developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the technology allows organizations to ensure the security of sensitive data stored in the cloud.
An optimization tool from the Department of Air Force–MIT AI Accelerator is transforming the laborious process of staffing C-17 cargo flights.
A virtual environment embedded with knowledge of the physical world speeds up problem-solving.
Chemical engineering senior Awele Uwagwu works to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria.
MIT researchers are using smartphones to gather roadway information previously inaccessible to many departments of transportation.
Her research focuses on more-efficient deep neural networks to process video, and more-efficient hardware to run applications.
Blade Kotelly is a senior lecturer on design thinking and innovation, bringing expertise to the world's top brands to better innovate in complex product and service environments.