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Taking a ride in MIT’s self-driving wheelchair

Over the past few months, CSAIL’s (MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) self-driving wheelchair has become a familiar sight around the MIT halls. It’s a nice little rolling advertisement for the lab’s work — and more importantly, it’s a great opportunity to test the mobility device in a real world setting. 638 more words

Hardware

The Boundries of Reality

While this looks like it may have been created by Dr. Suess, it was actually designed by architect Frank Gehry. It is the Strata Center at MIT. 75 more words

Boston

10 Things I Learned After Graduation

One year ago today, I graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in Media, Information and Technoculture. Graduation is so special, but also terrifying (in more ways than tripping on stage). 176 more words

Office

Cancer-causing mutations in blood stem cells may also link to heart disease

Whether we read about it in the news or hear it from our doctor, when we think about the causes of heart disease it’s usually some combination of inheriting bad genes from our parents and making poor life style choices like smoking or eating a diet high in fat and cholesterol. 610 more words

Stem Cell Research

Uckermark Urlaub – FeWo am Froschteich mit Streicheltieren › H2N Photography


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Thursday Doors - M.I.T.

“I love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.” Og Mandino

The pillars around the doors to this building at MIT were rather striking. 59 more words

Massachusetts

Bringing Data Science to the Masses

by Adi Gaskell

Big data is arguably the most important trend in business today, and the companies that manage to capitalize on their data gain a distinct competitive advantage over their peers. 719 more words

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