Joan Jonas represents United States at Venice Biennale.
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Polina Anikeeva, PhD ’09, is developing materials that offer low-impact or even wireless connections to the nervous system, allowing researchers to stimulate and collect data from individual brain cells.
Some question whether computer science really qualifies as science. A new book provides an answer to the skeptics.
People used to claim there were no qualified women to hire in physics. An MIT physicist proved them wrong.
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Philosopher Nick Bostrom says major tech companies are listening to his warnings about investing in “AI safety” research.
Genetically engineered bacteria ward off obesity in mice, showing how the microbiome could be used treat chronic diseases in people.
IBM researchers are exploring Watson’s abilities to answer museumgoers’ questions.
AltspaceVR is building virtual hangouts that it hopes you’ll use to watch a movie with friends or play a game of life-size chess.