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The official Google+ page for MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL)
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VIDEO: New pin-sized robot crawls, walks, rolls, jumps & climbs. nyti.ms/2DCsLiP @maxplanckpress
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BREAKING: We are excited to announce that CSAIL researcher Tim Berners-Lee has won the Turing Award for his work in inventing the World Wide Web.

Often described as "the Nobel Prize for computing," the Turing comes with a $1 million prize funded by Google. More: http://bit.ly/2nEOYkh
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Congratulations to CSAIL researchers Tamara Broderick, Adam Chlipala, David Karger and Aleksander Madry for receiving the prestigious Google Faculty Research Award!
Google Research Awards 2016
Google Research Awards 2016
research.googleblog.com
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Mood-predicting wearable uses deep-learning to detect a conversation's tone. Could this one day act as a "social coach" for people with anxiety? http://bit.ly/2jvTyDt
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Happy New Year! From ingestible robots to emotion-detecting WiFi, check out MIT CSAIL's 16 coolest projects of 2016: http://bit.ly/2hWgV88
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Happy holidays from the robots (and humans) of CSAIL!
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By shrinking datasets, this CSAIL team's new technique could help make big-data analysis easier and faster: http://bit.ly/2hwVrLx
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Congratulations to Erik Demaine, Fredo Durand, Bill Freeman and Daniel Jackson for receiving the esteemed honor of being among ACM's Fellows for 2016! http://news.mit.edu/2016/four-csail-researchers-named-acm-fellows-1208
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Goodbye, transcription: a new speech-recognition program from CSAIL learns words from pictures - and could eventually lead to fully automated systems.
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