systems
Co-Faculty Director, SystemsThatLearn@CSAIL, Professor, MIT EECS

MIT Schwarzman College of Computing Professor and Cambridge Mobile Telematics founder Sam Madden discusses how far technology can be pushed into other application domains. His research explores reinforcement learning and repurposing shelf machine learning components to advance systems and solve current challenges.

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Daniel Jackson podcast
Professor, MIT EECS

Professor Daniel Jackson of MIT CSAIL is working on a number of projects to make software more usable, reliable, and secure. By rethinking the fundamentals of software design, he says that developers can ultimately give more flexibility to users in the structure and organization of software, as well as meet more user needs.

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software
Principal Investigator, MIT CSAIL, Creator, MIT App Inventor, Professor, MIT CSAIL

CSAIL's Prof. Hal Abelson believes that free software empowers everyone to maintain the freedom to run, edit, contribute to, and share software, as well as see everything the software is doing.

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cyber security
Adjunct Associate Professor, MIT CSAIL
Professor Yael Kalai of MIT CSAIL and Senior Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England is a cryptographer and theoretical computer scientist working on state-of-the-art ways of securing computation.
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