Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Resigns From MIT Over Epstein Comments
Stallman said the "most plausible scenario" is that one of the trafficking victims "presented herself to him as entirely willing."
Famed Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Described Epstein Victims As 'Entirely Willing'
Stallman, a pioneer of the free software movement, argued about the definition of "sexual assault" on an MIT email listserv about the university's connections to Jeffrey Epstein.
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This Is the Blackest Black Ever Created
MIT scientists have produced a material that is 10 times darker than anything else made by humans.
This Magnetic Robot Wants to Crawl Inside Your Brain
MIT scientists are working on a robot that could deliver lasers and drugs to problem areas of the brain.
Listen to Sick Tunes Created by Turning Proteins Into Music
MIT researchers converted the building blocks of life into beats and put it on Soundcloud.
Aliens Might Notice Us if We Shot a Giant Laser at Them, Study Says
Two emerging technologies could be combined to produce a powerful infrared signal that could be spotted from distant planets, according to research in The Astrophysical Journal.
Researchers Created an 'AI Physicist' That Can Derive the Laws of Physics in Imaginary Universes
Teaching AI how to combine smaller models to understand complex situations has been a major stumbling block for machine learning research.
Ancient Starlight Just Helped Confirm the Reality of Quantum Entanglement
“The real estate left over for the skeptics of quantum mechanics has shrunk considerably."
Finally, We Know How to Break Dry Spaghetti Noodles Perfectly In Half
A bend and a twist make dry noodles break in half, instead of shattering all over the kitchen.
The 'Telemetron' Is a Post-Earth Musical Instrument Designed for Zero Gravity
The Telemetron generates musical compositions using gyroscopic “chimes.”
MIT Device Uses Wi-Fi to ‘See’ Through Walls and Track Your Movements
Researchers have been working on this technology since the 70s, and it’s getting more precise.
We Asked MIT Researchers Why They Made a ‘Psychotic AI' That Only Sees Death
People have begun writing letters directly to the AI, pleading with it to seek a more positive outlook on life.