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The 2016 winner of the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize, which honors outstanding mid-career inventors, discusses his work as an imaging scientist and his plan to expand peer-to-peer inventing opportunities for young people via the REDX platform.
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A revolutionary AI technique is about to transform the self-driving car.
Intensive academic exchange and collaborative, deep-dive research open new worlds of possibilities for students spending a semester at MIT.
John Van Siclen and Jason Pontin discuss an emerging approach that provides business and IT stakeholders with a better big-picture view of their digital customer experiences, ultimately helping their organizations gain competitive advantage in a fast-changing marketplace.
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If you ask the people who should really know, you’ll find that few believe AI is a threat to humanity.