Anastasia Ostrowski, a PhD student in the Personal Robots group, is among five MIT PhD students honored with Amazon fellowships.
How do we meaningfully engage with topics such as ethics, equity, and justice in our design processes?
The IDSS/SSRC Combatting Systemic Racism Seed Fund Program supports innovative, early-stage cross-disciplinary research projects.
A new study by researchers from the Personal Robots group and collaborators assesses how families interact with voice-user interfaces.
The more social behaviors a voice-user interface exhibits, the more likely people are to trust it, engage with it, and think it competent.
For the paper, “Long-Term Co-Design Guidelines: Empowering Older Adults as Co-Designers of Social Robots"
Established in 1999, the Harold Horowitz (1951) Student Research Fund makes awards on an annual basis to students in SA+P.
As a part of Proseminar in Media Arts and Sciences, the newly-minted PhD cohort works together to envision future Media Lab research groups
Anastasia Ostrowski talks to the Digital Future Society about her work in this Q+A.
We are proud to welcome Community + Ethics to the MIT Media Lab! As you may recall, Community + Ethics joined the Media Lab.
Anastasia Ostrowski, a research assistant in the Personal Robots group, discusses her journey into the field of engineering.
We believe that knowledge belongs to everyone.
When they’re valued as design research partners, older adults feel empowered to contribute to technology design.
The Personal Robots group is running a study from July 8-18, 2019 to understand how we can design interactive robot technolo…
The following Media Lab groups and projects are represented at CHI 2019
Researchers present a user-centered design approach to creating intelligent social technologies to empower and help older adults at home.