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Congratulations to Daniella DiPaola., current research assistant in the Personal Robots group!
Congratulations to all who graduated during the 2019-2020 academic year!
A new curriculum has been designed by MIT researchers and collaborators to teach middle school students about artificial intelligence.
The University of South Carolina profiles its alum Blakeley Payne, now a master’s student in the Personal Robots group.
Designed at MIT and tested by kids ages 9 through 14, it shows how exposing kids to technology fosters their interest in STEM.
MIT researchers and collaborators have developed an open-source curriculum to teach young students about ethics and artificial intelligence.
A new curriculum that helps children understand how algorithms are designed will keep them safe and motivate them to help shape the future.
Blakeley Payne and Cynthia Breazeal discuss Blakeley’s open source AI curriculum for middle school students.
Cristina Quinn shares what she learned in a visit to the AI + Ethics summer camp run by Personal Robots group student Blakeley Payne.
This summer, the Personal Robots group will be hosting a week-long workshop at the MIT Media Lab to teach kids about AI and ethics!
Part of a curriculum on ethics in AI
Here is my secret to staying in computer science: first, have great perseverance. Second, have great friends.
“So, what do you study?” Uber drivers, doctors, airplane seat-mates—they all want to know. I often envy my husband, a PhD student in Course…