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CSAIL's Tim Kraska is developing new autoML approaches to make analytics more accessible to a broader range of users and optimize database architecture systems for companies.Access the transcript for the podcast at: http://cap.csail.mit.edu/sites/default/files/2021-08/Tim%20Kraska%20podcast.pdf.CSAIL Alliances による
 
MIT Schwarzman College of Computing Professor and Cambridge Mobile Telematics founder Sam Madden discusses how far technology can be pushed into other application domains. His research explores reinforcement learning and repurposing shelf machine learning components to advance systems and solve current challenges.Access the transcript for the podca…
 
Professor Daniel Jackson of MIT CSAIL is working on a number of projects to make software more usable, reliable, and secure. By rethinking the fundamentals of software design, he says that developers can ultimately give more flexibility to users in the structure and organization of software, as well as meet more user needs.Learn more about Professo…
 
Professor Jacob Andreas of MIT CSAIL is trying to close the gap between current machine learning techniques and human abilities to learn language and learn from language about the rest of the world.Learn more about Prof. Andreas at: https://bit.ly/3vECQ5o.Access the transcript for the podcast at: https://cap.csail.mit.edu/sites/default/files/resear…
 
As one of the founding directors of the Free Software Foundation, CSAIL's Prof. Hal Abelson believes that free software empowers everyone to maintain the freedom to run, edit, contribute to, and share software, as well as see everything the software is doing.Learn more about Prof. Abelson at: https://bit.ly/3fPIEEq.Access the transcript for the pod…
 
Cryptography, the study of finding secure methods of communication, may seem to many of us as, well, cryptic. But in spite of its more theoretical and foundational nature in computing, cryptography is more important now than ever in securing private communication and other types of information that are no longer stored on our own private machines. …
 
Our new reality is increasingly one of virtuality. D. Fox Harrell, Ph.D., studies the relationship between computing and imagination for emerging forms of digital media, as well as their social and ethical impact. From videogames that better support diverse user groups to a personalized Universal Hip Hop Museum experience, his work falls into both …
 
If we want robots to assist us with everyday tasks, they’ll need to be able to manipulate objects on a human level. To do that, they need good fingers. Professor Ted Adelson of MIT CSAIL is developing robotic fingers that are sensitive and soft like human fingers, enabling robots to use their hands intelligently to accomplish chosen tasks. Read mor…
 
“If we want to keep the Moore’s Law momentum going in computing, we have to do something different,” says CSAIL Professor Saman Amarasinghe, whose work with compilers is making them faster, more reliable, and more efficient. He discusses using new technologies like machine learning and modern algorithms and solvers to optimize code and get the perf…
 
MIT CSAIL Professor Manolis Kellis discusses how the symbiotic relationship between computer science and biology helps us to better understand the complex programming language that is our DNA. Through DNA, we can find the molecular basis of the pathophysiology of a disease and take a more holistic approach to disease treatment, and one day may even…
 
Aleksander Madry, Associate Professor at CSAIL, tackles key algorithmic challenges in today’s computing as part of his work in the Theory of Computation Group at CSAIL. His work is described as re-thinking machine learning from the perspective of security and robustness. Madry discusses the evolution of the human and machine interaction and provide…
 
Are we even sure what the internet is today? One of the original architects of the internet, David Clark, Senior Research Scientist at CSAIL, talks about shaping the future of the internet, the potential challenges and what it could become.CSAIL Alliances による
 
Julie Shah discusses the challenges and successes of designing and employing intelligent design teammates that aim to enhance human productivity in descion-making and physical tasks through using reverse engineering methods and computational models. She shares how research is exposing robots to building skills that allow them to infer and anticipat…
 
Andrew Lo, Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor at MIT Sloan School of Management, and Director of MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering, shares insight into the collaborative research efforts of MIT CSAIL and MIT Sloan School of Management within the three distinct areas of crytopgraphy, machine learning and AI, as well as discusses the pro…
 
MIT CSAIL's Howard Shrobe, Director of the Cybersecurity@CSAIL initiative, discusses what led him to become involved in the industry of Cybersecurity, his experience with DARPA, and creating the cybersecurity programs of CRASH and MRC. Additionally, he shares insights as to the biggest challenges in cybersecurity today and how these challenges effe…
 
MIT CSAIL professor Srini Devadas describes computer architecture, computer security and their intersection. He gives further insight into the conflict between ease of programming and performance and the communication between these threads through parallel software, such as message passing or shared memory abstraction (e.g. Google Docs).…
 
While the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) brings many new business prospects, it also presents significant challenges ranging from technology architectural choices to security concerns. The concept of Internet of Things (IoT), which has roots at MIT, has begun to make an impact in industries ranging from industrial systems to healthcare. MI…
 
A researcher at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, Michael Stonebraker has founded and led nine different big-data spin-offs, including VoltDB, Tamr and Vertica - the latter of which was bought by Hewlett Packard for $340 million.Now he’s bringing his insights to a new online course being offered this month through edX and MIT …
 
The Data Science Machine is an end-to-end software system that is able to automatically develop predictive models from relational data. The Machine was created by Max Kanter and Kalyan Verramachaneni at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT.CSAIL Alliances による
 
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