Schwarzman College of Computing inspires bold vision for MIT
As computing revolutionizes how people work, play, learn, and interact, the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing is transforming the Institute. The college draws great minds together to consider the societal and ethical challenges that lie ahead and to seize the extraordinary global opportunities offered by advanced computing and AI.
2020 marks the unveiling of two new MIT buildings in Kendall Square
Ethical and social impacts drive efforts in education, research, policy
Drew Houston ’05 wants AI tools to free our minds
An excerpt from Jump-Starting America
Genetic testing for life on Mars
Health of the Planet
MIT Energy Initiative plans for low-carbon future
Technical policy scholar Patrick White joins the SPARC project to ask: what comes after success?
How can technologies invented for space advance sustainable development goals?
MIT-engineered tech to guide radiation therapy
Angelika Amon tackles big questions, including those centered on Down Syndrome, aging
Ronald Raines applies fundamental science to target disease
Claire and Ralph ’70 Brindis
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Trust Center helps myriad startups make the leap
MIT’s entrepreneurial ecosystem boosts sensor tech startup
An excerpt from Nick Montfort’s The Future
Researchers measure the suitability of machine learning in the workplace
Teaching Learning and Living
Socializing, scholarship come together in Experimental Study Group
MIT Sloan’s biggest Action Learning lab opens door to world of entrepreneurship
Class brings perspective to the creative process