## Stanford University launches the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

The new institute will focus on guiding artificial intelligence to benefit humanity.

## Lighting the path

Luminaries in computing and cognition discuss their journeys and share their insights.

## The future of education in a world of pervasive computing

Conference celebrating new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing explores the changing face of higher ed.

## AI, the law, and our future

MIT “Policy Congress” examines the complex terrain of artificial intelligence regulation.

## Democratizing artificial intelligence in health care

Hackathons promote doctor-data scientist collaboration and expanded access to electronic medical-records to improve patient care.

## Cell by Cell: Deep Learning Powers Drug Discovery Effort for Hundreds of Rare Diseases

Cancer, diabetes, heart disease. These diseases attract a ton of research effort and funding, and for good reason: They afflict tens of millions of people each year. But there are about 7,000 known rare diseases that rarely get attention. Also called “orphan” diseases, these conditions collectively affect about 400 million worldwide and were historically neglected […]

## MIT adds computational Earth, atmospheric, and planetary sciences to its PhD offerings

New EAPS thesis field is the most recent to join the computational science and engineering doctoral program within the Center for Computational Engineering.

## Neural Ordinary Differential Equations

Neural ordinary differential equations Chen et al., NeurIPS’18 ‘Neural Ordinary Differential Equations’ won a best paper award at NeurIPS last month. It’s not an easy piece (at least not for me!), but in the spirit of ‘deliberate practice’ that doesn’t mean there isn’t something to be gained from trying to understand as much as possible. […]

## Building site identified for MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing

Headquarters would replace Building 44, forming an “entrance to computing” near the intersection of Vassar and Main streets.

## Is this the secret to forecasting the Oscars?

This consists of the Wachowskis’ sci-fi legendary Cloud Atlas, which tumbled at the box workplace in 2012, making $27m (₤ 21.3 m) in the US versus a spending plan of about$128.5 m (₤ 101.5 m) Equally, it is not a great concept to shoot a comedy with a sad ending. More like this The […]