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Making code more efficient.
New technology makes it possible to decipher text printed on a stack of pages.
Eye tracking could soon come to cell phones.
Robot unfolds, removes button battery from simulated stomach.
Researchers use MRI data to quickly develop accurate heart models for surgeons.
MacArthur Fellow Dina Katabi, SM ’98, PhD ’03, exploits physical properties of radio waves to make computation more efficient.
Media Lab researchers explore very different applications of finger-mounted input devices.
New research shows that it’s surprisingly easy to identify individuals from credit card metadata.
In a global social network, speaking in a frequently translated tongue enhances your influence.
By analyzing carbon dioxide in exhalations, an algorithm could help paramedics determine how to treat patients.