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Researchers have developed a better, cheaper, more useful 3D printer. “MultiFab” can 3D-print a record 10 materials at once, with no assembly required and a fraction of the price of existing models.

It's the first-ever platform to utilize machine-vision techniques, which allows it to self-correct and embed components in a way that saves users time, energy and money. More: bit.ly/1WOalMR
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Could a pen change how we diagnose the brain? New CSAIL research uses an AI-assisted pen to help doctors better detect dementia: http://bit.ly/1f9zVtI
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VIDEO: CSAIL researchers have created a better bartending team. They're robots.

The team’s techniques reflect state-of-the-art planning algorithms that allow groups of robots to perform tasks given little more than a high-level description of the general problem to be solved.
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Bots from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab work together more effectively in the face of uncertainty.
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Think Tor is safe? CSAIL researchers found a key vulnerability in the popular anonymity network, which allowed them to identify hidden services with 88 percent accuracy.

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With 2.5 million daily users, the Tor network is the world's most popular system for protecting Internet users' anonymity. For more than a decade, people living under repressive regimes have used Tor to conceal their Web-browsing habits from electronic surveillance, and websites hosting content ...
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Robots that can recognize objects? Sounds like a SLAM dunk.

A team led by John Leonard has demonstrated how their "simultaneous localization and mapping" (SLAM) technique can be used to improve object-recognition systems - a vital component for creating robots that can perform useful tasks for humans. 

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Yesterday was the 46th anniversary of the moon landing! Read about the female MIT computer scientist who helped make it possible. http://www.vox.com/2015/5/30/8689481/margaret-hamilton-apollo-software
The Apollo 11 lunar lander's computer almost faltered — but her great code saved it.
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In one hour, this program can fix "rotting" code that would take months for expert engineers: bit.ly/1D5wsSX
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MIT computer scientists may have just uncovered how a key gene causes obesity.

Led by Manolis Kellis, the team did genetic tinkering in human cells that suggest that the gene's effects can be reversed, giving hope rthat a treatment could be developed to curb obesity. More: bit.ly/1U0lwOm
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The National Science Foundation's new $13.1m brain-research initiative includes a grant for Aude Oliva's work on visual memorability: bit.ly/1f7O8Hu 
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This week a CSAIL researcher fell on his face in front of the President of the United States.

Don't worry: it was intentional. On Tuesday a CSAIL team was part of a select group of entrepreneurs that gave President Obama an in-person demo about their innovation — a motion-tracking device that uses radio waves to detect and predict falls among the elderly: bit.ly/1Nc8ECD
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MIT has been named the #1 computer science and engineering school in the country in a new Business Insider ranking!

More at BI: read.bi/1CS6DLu
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45 years ago, routers cost $500,000 & the Internet (well, ARPANET) looked like this. Recognize any acronyms? bit.ly/1JQCw6R 
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Introduction

The Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory – known as CSAIL - is the largest interdepartmental laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and one of the world’s most important centers of computer science and information technology research.  The lab has played a major role in the technology revolution of the past 50 years. Currently, CSAIL is focused on conducting groundbreaking research in artificial intelligence, computer systems, and the theory of computation, while also tackling pressing societal challenges such as education, health care, manufacturing and transportation.

 

CSAIL makes its home in the Frank Gehry-designed Stata Center on the MIT campus, and will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2013.