Family Weekend Comes to CSAIL

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Family Weekend Comes to CSAIL
Photo: CSAIL Photographer Jason Dorfman

On Friday, October 17, CSAIL played host to relatives of MIT students from around the country and the world. Family Weekend, organized in conjunction with the MIT Parents Association, is a weekend-long series of classes, receptions, tours, performances and lectures that allows families to experience MIT for themselves.

Attendees of the CSAIL lecture were given an inside look at various projects from around the lab:

- Gerald Sussman: The Legacy of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science
- Stephanie Seneff: Computer Games for Learning Mandarin
- Fredo Durand: Computational Photography
- Gregory Marton: Beyond Search: Finding Just the Right Information

The reception began with an introduction by Director Victor Zue, and ended with a walk through of Professor Daniela Rus’ robotics area. For more Family Weekend events and information, click here.