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In a new study from MIT, researchers show how analyzing people's keystrokes as they type can reveal a great deal of information about the state of their motor function. (Learn more: http://bit.ly/1Inaj5u) Using the researchers' algorithm for analyzing keystroke ...
Srini Devedas is the Edwin Sibley Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. He belongs to the Computation Structures Group in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). A computer architect, one of Devedas's research interests is ...
MIT's origami club, OrigaMIT, led the effort to build a Level 3 Menger Sponge out of folded business cards. This was part of a larger, global project sponsored by Queen Mary University of London. A Menger Sponge is a three-dimensional fractal, which can be made by ...
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