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Identifying a melody by studying a musician’s body language
Identifying a melody by studying a musician’s body language

Music gesture artificial intelligence tool developed at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab uses body movements to isolate the sounds of individual instruments.

IdeaStream 2020 goes virtual
IdeaStream 2020 goes virtual

From machine learning to devices to Covid-19 testing, Deshpande Center projects aim to make a positive impact on the world.

Super-strong surgical tape detaches on demand
Super-strong surgical tape detaches on demand

Removable adhesive could make it easier for surgeons to close up internal wounds.

Engineers design a device that operates like a brain synapse
Engineers design a device that operates like a brain synapse

Ion-based technology may enable energy-efficient simulations of the brain’s learning process, for neural network AI systems.

MIT-Takeda program launches
MIT-Takeda program launches

Research projects will harness the power of artificial intelligence to positively impact human health.

Meet the MIT bilinguals: Claudia Chen '20 combines creative, humanistic, and technical fields
Meet the MIT bilinguals: Claudia Chen '20 combines creative, humanistic, and technical fields

Recent MIT graduate will apply her dual comparative media studies and mechanical engineering degree to work in the technology industry.

What jumps out in a photo changes the longer we look
What jumps out in a photo changes the longer we look

Researchers capture our shifting gaze in a model that suggests how to prioritize visual information based on viewing duration.

Building a framework for remote making
Building a framework for remote making

A decision-making framework and wiki for students developed by MIT Project Manus and MIT Environment, Health and Safety enables safe making from home.

Why the Mediterranean is a climate change hotspot
Why the Mediterranean is a climate change hotspot

MIT analysis uncovers the basis of the severe rainfall declines predicted by many models.

3 questions with James H. Williams, Jr., professor of mechanical engineering
3 questions with James H. Williams, Jr., professor of mechanical engineering

Two new textbooks by Williams present engineering mechanics with a blend of the modern and historical.

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