MIT's new robot can identify things by sight and by touch
Touchy-feely robots could be the future.
MIT algorithm helps robots guess where humans are going next
It could be crucial as automation takes hold.
Autonomous 'roboats' can assemble into floating structures
They could form impromptu bridges, stages and everything in between.
MIT’s sensor-packed glove helps AI identify objects by touch
It could give robots a more precise grip.
Why putting googly eyes on robots makes them inherently less threatening
We can exploit our social nature to be nicer to AIs.
The fight against childhood blindness could lead to eagle-eyed robots
Congenital cataracts account for up to 20 percent of blindness cases in children.
MIT AI model is 'significantly' better at predicting breast cancer
The model can find breast cancer earlier and eliminates racial disparities in screening.
MIT finds smaller neural networks that are easier to train
MIT’s "Lottery Ticket" mini-neural networks train only the nodes they need.
MIT scientists 'work out' synthetic hydrogels to make them stronger
The discovery could be used in heart valves or spinal disks in the future.