Research is the lifeblood of CSAIL. Applying computational thinking and advanced technologies, we pose difficult questions and pursue innovative answers. While research is our core activity, we view it not as an end in itself but as a means to an end. The goal is not merely to build our knowledge but rather to impact our world. Ultimately, our research is intended to someday improve the way we live, work, and play; heal, travel, and learn; manage our lives, and care for our environment. READ MORE >>
The DRC is an international competition in which research teams from academy and industry are trying to develop a fully-autonomous robot
One way to solve a difficult optimization problem is to
Srini Devadas, Eric Grimson, Robert Morris, Ronitt Rubinfeld, and CSAIL Director Daniela Rus were among
A new paper from a CSAIL researcher suggests that we can apply what we know about songbirds to our understanding of human speech production — and, therefore, come closer to
Kalyan Veermachaneni and Una-May O’Reilly used machine-learning techniques to analyze which
CSAIL researchers that include Una-May O'Reilly have been part of regular collaborations with Sentient on medical-data analysis work related to sepsis, a form of inflammation brought
From "Reinventing the Internet to Make it Safer":
With the advent of cloud computing and shiny new phones, tablets and watches, it can be easy to forget that in
In a paper appearing at the Neural Information Processing Society’s conference next week, CSAIL researchers present a new system that bridges these two
MIT has received $15 million in funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to establish an initiative aimed at laying the foundations for a smart, sustainable cybersecurity policy to deal with the growing cyber threats faced by governments, businesses, and individuals.
Tibbits' work with CSAIL principal investigator Erik Demaine include clothing that would be able to
Here’s a curious experiment. Take some white noise and use it to produce a set of images that are essentially random arrangements of different coloured blocks. Show these images to a number of people and ask whether any of the images remind them of, say, a car.
But classical error-correcting codes
Devadas, Edward Suh, Jae W. Lee, and David Zhang will be honored at next March’s Nineteenth
Imagine playing a video game like Call of Duty or Battlefield and having the ability to lead your virtual army unit while moving freely throughout your house.
Gaming could become this realistic, thanks to new technology developed by Dina Katabi’s research group at the MIT
Gaming could become this realistic, thanks to new technology developed by Dina Katabi’s research group at the MIT Computer Science
Cheung is a graduate student in the MIT Database Group and the
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The Big Data Initiative at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) today announced two new activities aimed
Leonard is a professor of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering in the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering and a principal
EvoStar is one of the leading European events focused on bio-inspired computation.
O’Reilly is a principal
Kagal is the Deputy Director of the Decentralized Information Group at CSAIL. Her research focuses on modeling how social norms and legal rules work in society in order to automate the
Massachusetts Academy of Sciences Fellows constitute a select and prestigious community of scientists and
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