Gary T. Marx examines surveillance through history —and how it’s changing in the digital age.
The batteries should last twice as long as comparably sized rivals.
As they try to gain more influence with regulators and policymakers, several of the top technology companies are increasing the amount of money they spend on lobbying.
A pair of experts mulled whether we’d ever get machines to talk, let alone think.
Yet more proof that innovation isn’t only for the young.
4,444 alumni and friends converge on campus.
MIT economist David Autor has helped reshape thinking about free trade and job losses.
A collective of 100 robots was considered huge until Radhika Nagpal ’94, SM ’94, PhD ’01, taught more than 1,000 of them to act together.
A world-class facility for nanoscale research is taking shape at the heart of campus.