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  • Artificial intelligence that more closely mimics the mind
  • Beauty is in the brain: AI reads brain data, generates personally attractive ima
  • Researchers discover that privacy-preserving tools leave private data anything b
  • New machine learning theory raises questions about nature of science
  • Neural network has learned to identify tree species
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  • electronics

  • Silicon chip will drive next generation communications
  • Q&A: Vivienne Sze on crossing the hardware-software divide for efficient artific
  • Materials advances are key to development of quantum hardware
  • A breakthrough that enables practical semiconductor spintronics
  • Robots can be more aware of human co-workers, with system that provides context
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  • industries

  • Google URLs are being used to disguise malware sent through contact forms
  • Apples to apples: Neural network uses orchard data to predict fruit quality afte
  • What the hell is happening with Android One?
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  • education

  • Spencer Compton, Karna Morey, Tara Venkatadri, and Lily Zhang named 2021-22 Gold
  • Sum of cubes: New math solution for 3
  • A remote, computerized training program eases anxiety in children
  • A language learning system that pays attention -- more efficiently than ever bef
  • Design progresses for MIT Schwarzman College of Computing building on Vassar Str
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  • careers

  • US IT jobs have regained what they lost in the pandemic
  • Scene at MIT: Ruth Anderson, pioneer of mathematics and computing
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  • government

  • Exploring the impact of broader impact requirements for AI governance
  • Data science and artificial intelligence for the public good
  • Tool visualizes the flow of goods into and across the U.S.
  • Scientists develop method to detect fake news
  • AI algorithm over 70% accurate at guessing a person's political orientation
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  • business

  • Rising stock wealth does boost spending, employment
  • Patients may not take advice from AI doctors who know their names
  • It’s time for businesses to shore up their cloud strategy
  • Auto-updating websites when facts change
  • Topological data analysis can help predict stock-market crashes
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  • Rising stock wealth does boost spending, employment
  • Silicon chip will drive next generation communications
  • Patients may not take advice from AI doctors who know their names
  • Spencer Compton, Karna Morey, Tara Venkatadri, and Lily Zhang named 2021-22 Gold
  • Q&A: Vivienne Sze on crossing the hardware-software divide for efficient artific
  • A breakthrough that enables practical semiconductor spintronics
  • Materials advances are key to development of quantum hardware
  • It’s time for businesses to shore up their cloud strategy
  • Google URLs are being used to disguise malware sent through contact forms
  • Robots can be more aware of human co-workers, with system that provides context
  • Understanding fruit fly behavior may be next step toward autonomous vehicles
  • Exploring the impact of broader impact requirements for AI governance
  • Apples to apples: Neural network uses orchard data to predict fruit quality afte
  • Auto-updating websites when facts change
  • What the hell is happening with Android One?
  • US IT jobs have regained what they lost in the pandemic
  • Data science and artificial intelligence for the public good
  • Tool visualizes the flow of goods into and across the U.S.
  • Topological data analysis can help predict stock-market crashes
  • Study shows promise of quantum computing using factory-made silicon chips
  • Scientists create next gen living robots
  • New method uses device cameras to measure pulse, breathing rate and could help t
  • Artificial intelligence that more closely mimics the mind
  • Scene at MIT: Ruth Anderson, pioneer of mathematics and computing
  • Sum of cubes: New math solution for 3
  • Beauty is in the brain: AI reads brain data, generates personally attractive ima
  • A remote, computerized training program eases anxiety in children
  • Heat-free optical switch would enable optical quantum computing chips
  • How physiological data can improve persuasive technologies in mobile apps and we
  • 'Beautiful marriage' of quantum enemies
  • Researchers discover that privacy-preserving tools leave private data anything b
  • A quantum internet is closer to reality, thanks to this switch
  • New wearable device turns the body into a battery
  • A language learning system that pays attention -- more efficiently than ever bef
  • Applying quantum computing to a particle process
  • Spontaneous quantum error correction demonstrated
  • New machine learning theory raises questions about nature of science
  • Design progresses for MIT Schwarzman College of Computing building on Vassar Str
  • “I know what you bought at Chipotle”
  • Neural network has learned to identify tree species
  • Scientists develop method to detect fake news
  • How the brain is programmed for computer programming?
  • A new model of influence maximization
  • AI algorithm over 70% accurate at guessing a person's political orientation
  • Engineers create hybrid chips with processors and memory to run AI on battery-po
  • One-dimensional quantum nanowires fertile ground for Majorana zero modes
  • Tweaking AI software to function like a human brain improves computer's learni
  • New research shows machine learning could lop a year off technology design cycle
  • New module for OpenAI GPT-3 creates unique images from text
  • Teaching AI agents to type on a Braille keyboard
  • Machine learning at the speed of light: New paper demonstrates use of photonic s
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