Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
New CSAIL research could help secure the cloud
March 14, 2012DARPA funding awarded to a project that aims to develop a smart, self-healing cloud computing infrastructure.
Testing unbuilt chips
March 9, 2012A new software-simulation system promises much more accurate evaluation of promising — but potentially fault-ridden — multicore-chip designs.
March 2, 2012As MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference kicks off, scholars and fans have produced a growing avalanche of quantitative research.
MITx prototype course opens for enrollment
February 13, 2012Online-learning initiative’s first offering, ‘6.002x: Circuits and Electronics,’ accepting registrants now.
The faster-than-fast Fourier transform
January 18, 2012For a large range of practically useful cases, MIT researchers find a way to increase the speed of one of the most important algorithms in the information sciences.
Self-aware computing project named a 'world changing' idea by Scientific American
December 20, 2011Project Angstrom selected by magazine's editors; featured in December issue
CSAIL researcher Gifford named ACM fellow
December 9, 2011
Streamlining chip design
December 8, 2011Designers of mobile devices need to think hard about which functions to implement in hardware and which in software. A new programming language makes that much easier.
Peh named ACM Distinguished Scientist
November 28, 2011CSAIL principal investigator receives Association for Computing Machinery honor.
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CSAIL robots take center stage
November 14, 2011Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Principal Investigator Daniela Rus collaborated with modern dance company Pilobolus this past year to bring flying robots to the stage.
Oliva explores new ground in computational perception at CSAIL
November 8, 2011Neuroscientist looks forward to collaborative studies of visual perception in the brain and its computational applications.
November 8, 2011Advanced mathematical techniques enable AUVs to survey large, complex and cluttered seascapes.
David Clark awarded Lifetime Achievement Award by Oxford Internet Institute
October 25, 2011