Explore the latest research developments from CSAIL and the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Sometimes, software is just like us. It can be bloated, slow, and messy. Humans might see a doctor if these symptoms persist (maybe not for messiness), but rarely do we push a flawed software program to go see its developer time and time again.
A new machine-learning model could enable robots to understand interactions in the world in the way humans do.
A trio of researchers that includes William Kuszmaul — a computer science PhD student at MIT — has made a discovery that could lead to more efficient data storage and retrieval in computers.
A new system can reorient over 2,000 different objects, with the robotic hand facing both upwards and downwards.