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Boston-area undergraduates develop a taste for careers in tech at Break Through Tech AI
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Boston-area undergraduates develop a taste for careers in tech at Break Through Tech AI

New hardware offers faster computation for artificial intelligence, with much less energy
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New hardware offers faster computation for artificial intelligence, with much less energy

07/28/2022 - MIT News

Shared Interest: Measuring Human-AI Alignment to Identify Recurring Patterns in Model Behavior
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Shared Interest: Measuring Human-AI Alignment to Identify Recurring Patterns in Model Behavior

04/30/2022 - IBM Research Blog

‘Artificial synapse’ could make neural networks work more like brains
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‘Artificial synapse’ could make neural networks work more like brains

07/28/2022 - New Scientist

Explained: How to tell if artificial intelligence is working the way we want it to
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Explained: How to tell if artificial intelligence is working the way we want it to

07/22/2022 - MIT News

Giuseppe Romano
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Giuseppe Romano

07/21/2022 - MIT ILP

Black Loans Matter: Fighting Bias for AI Fairness in Lending
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Black Loans Matter: Fighting Bias for AI Fairness in Lending

AI Fairness

A technique to improve both fairness and accuracy in artificial intelligence
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A technique to improve both fairness and accuracy in artificial intelligence

07/20/2022 - MIT News

Teaching AI to ask clinical questions
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Teaching AI to ask clinical questions

07/14/2022 - MIT News

What’s Next in AI // Virtual Conference
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What’s Next in AI // Virtual Conference

Artificial Intelligence

11/02/2020 - MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab

MIT engineers devise a recipe for improving any autonomous robotic system
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MIT engineers devise a recipe for improving any autonomous robotic system

06/21/2022 - MIT News

Do Neural Networks Really Need to Be So Big?
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Do Neural Networks Really Need to Be So Big?

Efficient AI

Can a Fruit Fly Learn Word Embeddings?
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Can a Fruit Fly Learn Word Embeddings?

ICLR

Keeping web-browsing data safe from hackers
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Keeping web-browsing data safe from hackers

06/09/2022 - MIT News

Large Associative Memory Problem in Neurobiology and Machine Learning
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Large Associative Memory Problem in Neurobiology and Machine Learning

ICLR

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The MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab membership program is forging a new model for R&D. We extend the unique collaboration between MIT and IBM Research to a small group of innovative companies and strategic partners comprising leaders in consumer technology, medical devices, finance, construction, energy, and international development.