Associate Professor, MIT CSAIL
algorithms

Aleksander Madry, Associate Professor at CSAIL, tackles key algorithmic challenges in today’s computing as part of his work in the Theory of Computation Group at CSAIL. His work is described as re-thinking machine learning from the perspective of security and robustness. Madry discusses the evolution of the human and machine interaction and provides insight on adoption of M/L systems over the next few years.

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Senior Research Scientist, MIT CSAIL
David Clark podcast

Are we even sure what the internet is today? One of the original architects of the internet, David Clark, Senior Research Scientist at CSAIL, talks about shaping the future of the internet, the potential challenges and what it could become.

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Director, Interactive Robotics Group
Julie Shah

Julie Shah discusses the challenges and successes of designing and employing intelligent design teammates that aim to enhance human productivity in descion-making and physical tasks through using reverse engineering methods and computational models. She shares how research is exposing robots to building skills that allow them to infer and anticipate their human counterpart's next move and motives within a given situation and the flexibility to adapt and adjust outside of predetermined plans.

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Faculty Co-Director, FinTech@CSAIL, Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management, Director, MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering
Andrew Lo

Andrew Lo shares insight into the collaborative research efforts of MIT CSAIL and MIT Sloan School of Management within the three distinct areas of cryptopgraphy, machine learning and AI, as well as discusses the progress of blockchain technology and crytocurrency. He also offers a glimpse into the future of banking and finance and reveals the emerging technology of secured multi-party computation.

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