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Neuroscience has revealed the nature of memories, but it has also upended the very notion of what memories are. We… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
George Boateng built a smartphone-based platform to teach young people to code— and tackle Africa’s IT skills gap i… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
[SPONSORED] Last August, the IPCC declared that rapid action to cut greenhouse gas emissions must be taken to limi… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Ransomware Response: CyberSecure 2021, a virtual conference. Check out the full agenda: MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
This is the largest and most detailed map of dark matter in the universe—with some unexpected findings that don’t y… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 25)
From Jibo to Aibo, humans have a long track record of falling for their robots. Except this one’s sold by Amazon. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Deepfake researchers have long feared the day this would arrive. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
But there are obvious concerns about how the tech will be used… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
How breakthroughs in computing and artificial intelligence came to be, in the words of the people who witnessed the… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Scientist racing to track the evolution of covid tap into a little-known system developed by a few young researcher… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 25)
Neuroscience has revealed the nature of memories, but it has also upended the very notion of what memories are. We… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
These weird virtual creatures could unlock artificial intelligence for robots. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Artificial intelligence has cracked a key mathematical puzzle for understanding our world. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
[SPONSORED] New research: Boards are prioritizing cybersecurity, with 61% of organizations saying they will request… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 25)
Three new books lay bare the weirdness of how our brains process the world around us. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
One of the world’s biggest science experiments shows why everybody needs to re-examine what it means to know someth… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
[SPONSORED] “I didn't wake up this morning as an employee,” says Deloitte Digital’s @AmeliaDunlop1, “and I'm sure y… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Artificial intelligence is learning how to create itself. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
A remarkable compound shows promise in treating everything from Alzheimer’s to brain injuries—and it just might boo… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Listen to Google. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Today’s AI is nowhere close to being intelligent, never mind conscious. Even the most impressive deep neural networ… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
The moment we see someone we love, a lot happens in our brain all at once. We aren’t aware of any of it. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: @awscloud’s Dr. Bratin Saha talks about AI and how the growth of compute power is… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
They show how intelligence and body plans are closely linked—and could unlock AI for robots. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Clubhouse. Twitter Spaces. Discord. Why the future of social networks might be audio. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
“It was super easy actually,” he says, “which was the scary part.” MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Almost without our noticing, artificial intelligence has become part of our day-to-day lives. And it’s changing how… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Her experience suggests that such personalized devices could help those who’ve exhausted all other treatment option… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Ransomware Response: CyberSecure 2021, a virtual conference. Check out the full agenda: MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
What is artificial intelligence? We drew a flowchart to answer your questions. MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
The test, in a brain-dead patient, was very short but represents a milestone in the long quest to use animal organs… MIT Technology Review (Sun Oct 24)
Heat-sensing cameras and face recognition systems may help fight covid-19—but they also are intimately tied to Chin… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
The very first drone attack missed its target, and two decades on civilians are still being killed. Why can't we ac… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Young people are more likely to believe and pass on misinformation if they feel a sense of common identity with the… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
This could have huge implications for air conditioners and refrigeration. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
We already know another health crisis is coming—and now we know how to deal with it. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Partnerships with law enforcement give smart cameras to the survivors of domestic violence. But who does it really… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
In case you missed it: A NASA spacecraft just started its 12-year journey to study Jupiter's mysterious asteroid sw… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
A massive new video dataset will help train smart assistants and robots—but there are obvious concerns about how th… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Far-right activists have been working to convert anti-lockdown beliefs to anti-Semitism. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Protect your company from rising ransomware and organized cybercrime. Hear from some of the most brilliant minds in… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Could reimagining epidemiology with more of an engineering perspective and less of a “pure science” perspective hel… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Is geoengineering the solution to climate change? Is anybody actually doing it? Isn't it controversial? We answered… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
How breakthroughs in computing and artificial intelligence came to be, in the words of the people who witnessed the… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
So, um, about TikTok… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Who is Starlink really for? ? MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Yeah, that asbestos. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
A new type of battery could finally make electric cars as convenient and cheap as gas ones. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
"I’m seeing life as a thing to be explored and appreciated rather than something to be endured." MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
These photos are pretty freaky, but they demonstrate how AI models are getting better at understanding our world. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
AI fake-face generators promise to mask the identity of the individuals they were trained on. But a new paper shows… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Max Shulaker's work with carbon nanotubes could could increase energy efficiency in computers up to 1,000-fold and… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
Here’s what's happening in China and how it could shape the rest of the world. MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
[SPONSORED] The advantages of 5G—ultra-low latency, real-time analytics, and fast transmission—offer industries n… MIT Technology Review (Sat Oct 23)
The very first drone attack missed its target, and two decades on civilians are still being killed. Why can't we ac… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Her experience suggests that such personalized devices could help those who’ve exhausted all other treatment option… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
A massive new video dataset will help train smart assistants and robots—but there are obvious concerns about how th… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Grappling with all the uncertainty, the epidemiologist’s role during the pandemic proved confusingly complex. A mor… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Partnerships with law enforcement give smart cameras to the survivors of domestic violence. But who does it really… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
From Jibo to Aibo, humans have a long track record of falling for their robots. Except this one’s sold by Amazon. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
They show how intelligence and body plans are closely linked—and could unlock AI for robots. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
[SPONSORED] New research: Cloud-based assets comprise most cybersecurity exposures. According to a recent survey, 4… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Three key ways artificial intelligence is changing what it means to compute. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
For years, scientists have assumed water on Mars disappeared into space when the planet’s atmosphere thinned out. T… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Buddhism teaches us to focus our energy on eliminating suffering in the world. That could benefit anyone working in… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: Companies and organizations that had the highest trust scores were twice as likel… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
If you have family, friends, or neighbors who believe in the "big lie," here's how to talk to them—and still be kin… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
[SPONSORED] New research: Technologies such as cloud computing, analytics, and AI are fueling efforts to get more v… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Life under covid has messed with our brains. Here's how we can help them change back. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
This will have a huge impact on science. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
For many math problems, computers are hopeless. But sometimes computers excel where humans are hopeless. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Partnerships with law enforcement give smart cameras to the survivors of domestic violence. But who does it really… MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
Welcome to I Was There When, a new oral history project from the In Machines We Trust podcast. MIT Technology Review (Fri Oct 22)
The moon may have been more volcanically active than we realized. MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
After boosting unproven covid drugs and campaigning against vaccines, Steve Kirsch was abandoned by his team of sci… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
French startup Carbios just opened a demonstration plant—and hopes to expand the world’s menu of recycling options. MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Her experience suggests that such personalized devices could help those who’ve exhausted all other treatment option… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
The firm worked with UK weather forecasters to create a model that was better at making short term predictions than… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: “Machine learning is really, at its core, about throwing a lot of compute on data… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
The very first drone attack missed its target, and two decades on civilians are still being killed. Why can't we ac… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Lucy’s mission is slated to end in 2033, but some NASA officials already feel confident that the spacecraft will la… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Grappling with all the uncertainty, the epidemiologist’s role during the pandemic proved confusingly complex. A mor… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
The test, in a brain-dead patient, was very short but represents a milestone in the long quest to use animal organs… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
This work is an important step in a decades-long attempt to better understand the body-brain relationship in robots. MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
This raises some serious privacy concerns. MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Anna Goldie uses artificial intelligence to design microchips much more quickly than humans can. That's why we name… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Want to learn more about the effort to create gene-edited pigs that could solve the human organ crisis? Here's a pr… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Heat-sensing cameras and face recognition systems may help fight covid-19—but they also are intimately tied to Chin… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Protect your company from rising ransomware and organized cybercrime. Hear from some of the most brilliant minds in… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Most of the world’s biggest job search sites use artificial intelligence to match people with job openings. Here's… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
Galileo once observed that nature is written in math. Biology might be written in words—and artificial intelligence… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: @awscloud’s Dr. Bratin Saha talks about AI and how the growth of compute power is… MIT Technology Review (Thu Oct 21)
That’s just a taste of what you’ll hear at this two-day virtual conference. ? To see the full speaker lineup and ag… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
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At CyberSecure, you’ll hear from some of the world’s best cybersecurity experts about topics such as: -Critical… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[email protected] CISO and vice president of security Timothy Brown. He’ll be sharing a firsthand account of how Russian… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
The chief scientist of @McAfee, @Raj_Samani, on how the European Union can help your company’s cybersecurity strate… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[SPONSORED] The advantages of 5G—ultra-low latency, real-time analytics, and fast transmission—offer industries n… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
And the chief security officer of @Huawei, @andy_purdy, on supply chain security—a charged topic that's put a blist… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: Deloitte Digital’s @AmeliaDunlop1 says “When we humanize ourselves as leaders, ou… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Need a refresher on the SolarWinds cyberattack? Here’s @howelloneill’s reporting: MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
You’ll also hear from the head of global intelligence for @Mandiant (formerly known as @FireEye), Sandra Joyce, on… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[email protected] will likely touch on this guest essay he wrote for @NYTOpinion last month: MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[email protected] co-founder and executive chairman of @SilveradoPolicy @DAlperovitch on how anti-money laundering regu… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Cyber-resiliency is no longer just an IT problem. This is a thread about CyberSecure, our upcoming cybersecurity c… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[SPONSORED] New research: Making cybersecurity a priority on the agendas of C-suite executives and boards of direct… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
[SPONSORED] Some companies are ready to train people with the right soft skills: “We’re looking for curious people… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
The test, in a brain-dead patient, was very short but represents a milestone in the long quest to use animal organs… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Regina Barzilay, the first winner of the Squirrel AI Award, on why the pandemic should be a wake-up call. From 2020: MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
By playing a game in which one tries to outsmart the other, OpenAI’s bots can learn to solve a wide range of proble… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Ransomware Response: CyberSecure 2021, a virtual conference this fall: MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Very little research is being done to understand how the flaws of this technology could affect people in real-world… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
While professionalized deepfakes have pushed the boundaries of art and creativity, their existence also raises tric… MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
Yeah, that asbestos. MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
The moment we see someone we love, a lot happens in our brain all at once. We aren’t aware of any of it. MIT Technology Review (Wed Oct 20)
We already know another health crisis is coming—and now we know how to deal with it. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Artificial intelligence has cracked a key mathematical puzzle for understanding our world. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
[SPONSORED] Business Lab podcast: Companies and organizations that had the highest trust scores were twice as likel… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Heat-sensing cameras and face recognition systems may help fight covid-19—but they also make us complicit in the hi… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
The potential misuses are clear and worrying. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
“This work is an important step in a decades-long attempt to better understand the body-brain relationship in robot… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Humans have a long track record of falling for their robots. Except this one’s sold by Amazon. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Who is Starlink really for? ? MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Artificial intelligence is learning how to create itself. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
[SPONSORED] The threat of ransomware attacks has made security a bigger focus, says @AppliedRisk’s Chris Sandford.… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Lucy’s mission is to fly by one asteroid in the jam-packed area that circles the sun between Mars and Jupiter—and t… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
A remarkable compound shows promise in treating everything from Alzheimer’s to brain injuries—and it just might boo… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
A new type of battery could finally make electric cars as convenient and cheap as gas ones. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Today’s AI is nowhere close to being intelligent, never mind conscious. Even the most impressive deep neural networ… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
The moment we see someone we love, a lot happens in our brain all at once. We aren’t aware of any of it. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
These photos are pretty freaky, but they demonstrate how AI models are getting better at understanding our world. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
[SPONSORED] “Often, the big cost in machine learning in terms of infrastructure is in the inference. That is why we… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
They show how intelligence and body-shape are closely linked—and could unlock AI for robots. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
What happens when only wealthy parents can prevent genetic disease in their future children? (from 2018) MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
How predictive policing algorithms work—and why they should be scrapped. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
It's not a dumb question, we promise. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
California’s lauded carbon offsets program was supposed to help combat climate change. But it may be adding tens of… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
Protect your company from rising ransomware and organized cybercrime. Hear from some of the most brilliant minds in… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
In case you missed it: Hackers that attacked computers across Israel’s government and tech companies left fairly bl… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
We asked Bill Gates, a Nobel laureate, and others to name the most effective way to combat climate change. MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
[SPONSORED] Companies and organizations that had the highest trust scores were twice as likely to be resilient in t… MIT Technology Review (Tue Oct 19)
“My depression has been kept at bay, and that’s allowed me to start rebuilding a life that’s worth living,” she sai… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
Samples from China’s lunar lander could change everything we know about the moon’s volcanic record. MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
Heat-sensing cameras and face recognition systems may help fight covid-19—but they also make us complicit in the hi… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
The very first drone attack missed its target, and two decades on civilians are still being killed. Why can't we ac… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
After boosting unproven covid drugs and campaigning against vaccines, Steve Kirsch was abandoned by his team of sci… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
French startup Carbios just opened a demonstration plant—and hopes to expand the world’s menu of recycling options. MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
Grappling with all the uncertainty, the epidemiologist’s role during the pandemic proved confusingly complex. A mor… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)
A massive new video dataset will help train smart assistants and robots—but there are obvious concerns about how th… MIT Technology Review (Mon Oct 18)