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A faster, better way to prevent an AI chatbot from giving toxic responses | MIT News

A user could ask ChatGPT to write a computer program or summarize an article, and the AI chatbot would likely be able to generate...

A new computational technique could make it easier to engineer useful proteins | MIT News

To engineer proteins with useful functions, researchers usually begin with a natural protein that has a desirable function, such as emitting fluorescent light, and...

How ESG helps in sustainable value chain development for businesses

This shift is fueled by a multitude of compelling forces. Growing consumer consciousness and evolving stakeholder expectations have placed environmental and social responsibility at...

Most work is new work, long-term study of U.S. census data shows | MIT News

This is part 1 of a two-part MIT News feature examining new job creation in the U.S. since 1940, based on new research from...

New algorithm unlocks high-resolution insights for computer vision | MIT News

Imagine yourself glancing at a busy street for a few moments, then trying to sketch the scene you saw from memory. Most people could...

The rising significance of industry clouds

Sector adoption Prominent early adopters of industry cloud span diverse sectors, such as telecommunications, IT services, banking, and discrete manufacturing industries. Following closely are professional...

Researchers enhance peripheral vision in AI models | MIT News

Peripheral vision enables humans to see shapes that aren’t directly in our line of sight, albeit with less detail. This ability expands our field...

Using generative AI to improve software testing | MIT News

Generative AI is getting plenty of attention for its ability to create text and images. But those media represent only a fraction of the...

Startup accelerates progress toward light-speed computing | MIT News

Our ability to cram ever-smaller transistors onto a chip has enabled today’s age of ubiquitous computing. But that approach is finally running into limits,...

Dealing with the limitations of our noisy world | MIT News

  Tamara Broderick first set foot on MIT’s campus when she was a high school student, as a participant in the inaugural Women’s Technology Program....

“We offer another place for knowledge” | MIT News

In the Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi, Jospin Hassan didn’t have access to the education opportunities he sought. So, he decided to create his...

New AI model could streamline operations in a robotic warehouse | MIT News

Hundreds of robots zip back and forth across the floor of a colossal robotic warehouse, grabbing items and delivering them to human workers for...

Sustainable coding is the need for a greener tomorrow

Employing green coding practices A significant challenge in sustainable coding lies in poor coding standards and a lack of knowledge in green software development. First...

Putting AI into the hands of people with problems to solve | MIT News

As Media Lab students in 2010, Karthik Dinakar SM ’12, PhD ’17 and Birago Jones SM ’12 teamed up for a class project to...

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