MIT Invented a Tool That Allows Driverless Cars to Navigate Rural Roads Without a Map
Mapping rural areas is a barrier to autonomous vehicles operating in those areas, but cars might not need maps at all.
Car Sensors Will Help Solve Traffic Jams
Stop tailgating already, say MIT researchers.
New MIT Tool Automatically Rewrites Old Code for New Software
But take heart: It still requires human developers.
Robots Can Quickly Learn New Skills From Humans and Teach Them to Other Robots
“I’m not concerned about the robot apocalypse.”
This AI Wearable Helps Make You Less Socially Awkward
Researchers at MIT’s CSAIL hope the wearable will help people with social anxiety better navigate the nuances of human communication.
Design a Custom Drone with New MIT Software
Like Build-a-Bear, but for drones.
This Algorithm Taught Itself to Animate a Still Photo
This is the first time that a machine has been able to generate multi-frame video from a static image.
This Little Jumping Cube Is Probably How The Robot Apocalypse Starts
But it's so cute! (For now...)
'Medical Robot Assistants' Are Helping Nurses Schedule Tasks in the Labor Ward
A robot developed at MIT makes suggestions to help nurses juggle scheduling logistics in the labor ward.
How to Teach a Robot to Build a Rube Goldberg Machine
Robot, meet gravity.
This AI Can Help You Take the Perfect Selfie
A Tinder photo to remember.
Now That It's Easy to Encrypt Our Chats, Encrypting Metadata Comes Next
A project called Vuvuzela not only encrypts the content of messages between two people, but as much information about those messages and the people who sent and received them as possible.