Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
Teaching computers to see — by learning to see like computers
September 18, 2013By translating images into the language spoken by object-recognition systems, then translating them back, researchers hope to explain the systems’ failures.
A computer scientist's approach to medicine
September 18, 2013Stephanie Seneff is using the novel natural language processing techniques she developed to better understand how drugs and environmental toxins impact human health.
Two MIT faculty members named Simons Investigators
August 1, 2013Senthil Todadri and Piotr Indyk are among 13 mathematicians and scientists selected.
CSAIL researchers develop new ways to streamline, simplify 3-D printing
July 24, 2013New research to be presented at the 2013 SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference could transform field of 3-D printing.
A faster Internet — designed by computers?
July 18, 2013Computer-designed algorithms for controlling network congestion yield transmission rates two to three times as high as those designed by humans.
Writing programs using ordinary language
July 10, 2013Systems that can convert written specifications into working code in a few narrow cases could be generalized to other tasks.
MEET builds ties, fosters innovation in the Middle East
June 25, 2013Middle East Education through Technology program brings together Israeli and Palestinian youths with a shared passion for technology and entrepreneurship
Seeing the human pulse
June 19, 2013An algorithm that can accurately gauge heart rate by measuring tiny head movements in video data could ultimately help diagnose cardiac disease.
Securing the cloud
June 9, 2013A new algorithm solves a major problem with homomorphic encryption, which would let Web servers process data without decrypting it.
How computers can learn better
May 28, 2013With a recently released programming framework, researchers show that a new machine-learning algorithm outperforms its predecessors.
MIT visiting scientist Kanako Miura, 36, dies while bicycling in Boston
May 22, 2013'She truly became an integral part of the CSAIL community.'
First ‘SuperUROPs’ cap off inaugural year
May 13, 2013EECS program immerses undergraduates in advanced research projects.
Also labeled: Advanced Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (SuperUROP), Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (eecs), Students, Undergraduate, Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), Alumni/ae, Education, teaching, academics, Faculty, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E), Research
Wireless researchers host ‘Game-Jam’
May 13, 2013Event will bring together game developers, graphic designers and audio professionals to design mobile games that will help wireless researchers gather information on network data.
New research could let vehicles, robots collaborate with humans
May 2, 2013Researchers are developing systems that can analyze people’s needs to determine the best way to achieve their goals.
Nine MIT faculty members elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
April 24, 2013Among 198 elected this year to the prestigious honorary society.
Also labeled: Awards, honors and fellowships, Biology, Brain and cognitive sciences, Chemistry and chemical engineering, Earth and atmospheric sciences, EdX, Electrical engineering and electronics, Engineering Systems, Faculty, Linguistics, Management, McGovern Institute, MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI), Philosophy, Physics
Peter Szolovits honored with Morris F. Collen Award of Excellence
March 20, 2013Professor cited for 'commitment and dedication to biomedical informatics'
Demaine named Presburger Award recipient
February 25, 2013Professor Erik Demaine was cited for his contributions to computational geometry and data structures.
Beefing up public-key encryption
February 15, 2013MIT researchers show how to secure widely used encryption schemes against attackers who have intercepted examples of successful decryption.