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Understanding children's relationships with social robots
Virtual reality creates a new perspective in storytelling and engagement.
What do children think about machines that think?
Announcing 10 new Director’s Fellows who'll bring their diverse experiences to the Media Lab.
Scratch Day @ MIT was one of over 1,110 such events around the world in May.
A visiting scientist from NHK, Takahito Ito joined the Lab as a company member and left as a crew member.
How Canan Dagdeviren is going about setting up a new research group at the Media Lab.
The following are Andy Lippman's opening remarks from the Media Lab's spring 2017 member meeting.
From sci-fi to the real world: DuoSkin's temporary tattoos turn your body into an interface.
Calling on you to help track down those who challenge norms or laws for the good of society.
The power of nonviolent action is built on people's strength and capacity.
MIT Media Lab event, Beyond the Cradle, launches a new initiative to explore the final frontier.
Creating tangible materials to break down complex computer science ideas for young children.
FiftyNifty.org takes the hassle out of calling your lawmakers.
How can you measure the learning outcomes of play? This has frustrated professionals in the field of early childhood education for years.
Assistant professor leads Conformable Decoders, a new research group at the Media Lab.
Seymour Papert’s ideas about children, computers, and learning inspired many.
Fadel Adib is directing Signal Kinetics, a new research group at the Media Lab.
Joy Buolamwini wins a grand prize in a national contest inspired by the film Hidden Figures to support young women in STEM.
By Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab
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