MIT CSAIL Alliances is the gateway into MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, offering a portal through which industry and governmental institutions can connect with all that CSAIL has to offer. Leading organizations come to CSAIL to learn about our research, to recruit talented graduate students, and to explore collaborations with our researchers. Through this program, we are able to better provide our members with access to our latest thinking and our deep pool of exceptional human and informational resources.
Learn more about the CSAIL Alliances program at: Paths of Engagement.
CSAIL is MIT’s largest research lab with over 100 researchers from 5 schools and 11 different departments. In addition, the lab is home to over 500 exceptional students. CSAIL has played a key role in the computer revolution and developments such as time-sharing, massive parallel computers, public key encryption, mass commercialization of robots, and much of the technology underlying the ARPANet, Internet and the World Wide Web. CSAIL’s focus is developing the architecture and innovative applications for tomorrow’s information technology. Our research yields long-term improvements in how people live and work.
CSAIL members (former and current) have launched more than 100 companies, including 3Com, Lotus Development Corporation, RSA Data Security, Akamai, iRobot, Meraki, ITA Software, and Vertica. The Lab is home to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Wireless@MIT,BigData@CSAIL, Security@CSAIL and the MIT Information Policy Project (IPP).