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Design september 9, 2016

This New Plastic-Based Fabric Keeps You As Cool As Bare Skin

A team of Stanford scientists believe nanoPE could ease our reliance on expensive cooling systems used in buildings

Entertainment august 1, 2016

This Screen Offers A Full 3D Experience Without The Glasses

A new prototype display created by MIT could be the key to watching multi-dimensional movies from any seat in a theater without special eyewear

[News] Singapore launches self-driving taxi trial with help from MIT
[Inspiration] MIT lab combines fashion and occupational therapy needs
Entertainment july 13, 2016

AI Can Now Fool Us With Sound Effects

MIT researchers have created a new algorithm that matches sound effects to video

Cities july 6, 2016

PSFK Launches The Innovation Debrief: Boston

New report spotlights innovation happening in “The Hub,” with a focus on the retail, health, education, civic and startups sectors

Technology june 27, 2016

This Algorithm Will Predict How Humans Greet Each Other

An MIT project is learning to predict how humans will interact upon first meeting based on patterns from over 600 hours of TV footage

Technology june 3, 2016

Breathable Film Acts As A Second Skin

Researchers created a fake skin that aids in the healing process and reduces wrinkles

Technology june 2, 2016

Artificial Intelligence Software Calls Out Rude Call Center Employees

Cogito's technology uses real-time feedback to better facilitate and streamline calls

Technology june 2, 2016

Crowdsourced Reviews Improve Commutes For Boston Bus Riders

MIT asks bus riders to rate their routes to improve public transit

Technology may 31, 2016

A Robot Can Help Teach You Spanish

Tega mirrors students' responses to be an emotionally intelligent tutor in the class-room

Food may 26, 2016

Tiny Robotic Kitchen Can Make Healthy Meal In Minutes

MIT students create kitchen that preps nutritious meals as fast as one orders junk food

Health may 25, 2016

Ingestible Robots Can Help Doctors Of The Future

Origami robot is capable of extracting objects or patching up small wounds

Technology may 17, 2016

Tangible Interface Mimics The Physical Responses Of Sand And Clay

A new material from MIT can respond to touch, pressure and movement


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