Rosalind Picard and Media Lab alum, Mary Lou Jepsen, make the 2022 Forbes 50 Over 50: Entrepreneurs list.
David Nuñez, an alum of the Media Lab’s Personal Robots research group, takes MIT Technology Review on a tour of the re-imagined Museum.
Kohler and the MIT Media Lab share the vision of a better future by, with, and for all.We share the belief that remarkable outcomes can be …
Co-founded by Professor Rosalind Picard, Empatica develops medical-grade wearables and algorithms for health monitoring and diagnostics.
Awarded by the Italian region of Lombardy, this prize recognizes work in computer science for safety, wellness, and sustainable growth.
We're thrilled to welcome our friends at the Museum to Kendall Square!
MIT uses affective computing in efforts to improve human mental health.
On KCRW's Life Examined, Rosalind Picard talks about the potential for technology to help people understand emotions and improve wellbeing.
The Misties recognize leaders who have made profound impacts in the field of intelligent and connected devices.
New research shows that detecting digital fakes generated by machine learning might be a job best done with humans still in the loop.
MIT scientist Rosalind Picard collaborates with clinicians to develop tools for mental health care delivery.
Fellowship program honors ACM members whose specific accomplishments drive innovation and make broader advances possible.
Member company Dentsu and the Affective Computing research group have been collaborating on a research project to use smartphone and d…
The NAI Fellows Program highlights academic inventors who have demonstrated a spirit of innovation.
Rosalind Picard presents some principles that engineers and computer scientists can use to create meaningful, authentic human relationships.
The special issue serves an introduction of the "classics" as to modalities in the recognition of (human) affective states.
We're very excited to receive these honors, and we highly recommend reading the article they wrote about the project!
The competition, now in its tenth year, has featured a cross section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents.
John Ellis talks to Affective Computing head Rosalind Picard about making AI and computers more emotionally intelligent.
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The Media Lab Focus series for March 2021 will present research on the theme of Mobility.
Affective Computing head Rosalind Picard and alum Fernanda Viégas are elected to the SIGCHI Academy as part of the 2021 SIGCHI Awards.
Hyundai Motor Company recently unveiled a miniature electronic vehicle that uses Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control (EAVC) technology.
Meet the Labbers, which ran from 2016–2018, was an ongoing audio series that took listeners inside the Media Lab.
Rosalind W. Picard pioneered the field of Affective Computing at the Media Lab.
For the paper: "A Robotic Positive Psychology Coach to Improve College Students’ Wellbeing"
How MIT is leveraging game design principles to combat depression.
E14 Venture Summit celebrates the diversity of spinoff companies from the Media Lab.
System could help with diagnosing and treating noncommunicative patients.
Rosalind Picard discusses her research, her vision for the future, and the role her students and the Media Lab community play in her work.
Based on high precision sensing technology, NEC and the Affective Computing group are aiming to lead people towards healthier lifestyles.
The advent of streaming has changed our relationship to music, but where is it taking us? What's the logical conclusion?
Researchers hope the system can zero in on the right patients to enroll in clinical trials, to speed discovery of drug treatments
New Harvard-MIT deep reinforcement learning algorithm optimizes pain management.
"Improving Students' Daily Life Stress Forecasting using LSTM Neural Networks," by Terumi Umematsu, Akane Sano, Sara Taylor, and&…
In an interview with MIT research scientist Lex Fridman, Rosalind Picard discusses affective computing, privacy, diversity in tech, and more
In this TED Talk, Affective Computing head Rosalind Picard explains how AI can help save lives.
Affective Computing head Rosalind Picard talks to IEEE Computer Society for their series on careers in computing.
Senior leaders should consider how emotion AI could change their industries and play a critical role in their firms.
Wearable devices might even help prevent suicide by giving a heads-up about worrisome behavior.
Rosalind Picard and Kate Darling join other experts to discuss how and why humans empathize with machines.
The technology being developed can enable personalized interactions with an autistic child, helping therapists to engage their attention.
Congratulations to the winners and finalists of the 2018 World Technology Awards, including Arnav Kapur, M. Ehsan Hoque, and Affectiva.
Six MIT researchers are among the 86 new members and 18 foreign associates elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
Rosalind Picard elected to the NAE for her contributions to affective and wearable computing.
Creating sensitive and astute machines comes with a plethora of ethical considerations.
'Affective computing' measures subtle changes in stress and mental health.
Hiawatha Bray reports on the unrest bubbling up in the tech industry.
Social robots could potentially aid therapists working with autistic children in the future.
A dialogue concerning the impact of AI on the human brain and its relation to autism and depression.
Presented as part of the Advancing Wellbeing Seminar Series