If we are what we eat, does it hold that we are also what we read and watch? You've made a New Year's Resolution to eat healthy, but do you ever consider what you feed your brain?
Transportation@MIT organized the first data hack-a-thon event, where talents with different skill sets gather and develop projects using transportation-related data
Koblin discusses data trails and our changing relationship with data.
This video demonstrates how to access a sampling of company-level environmental, social, and governance data using ThomsonReuters' Datastream.
Computers have altered so many aspects of musician's lives, from digital performance, to electronic composition and beyond
Part of the MIT Libraries video tutorial series. This video demonstrates how to create a new shapefile in ArcMap.
Part of the MIT Libraries video tutorial series. This video demonstrates how to calculate the area of polygons in ArcMap.
Part of the MIT Libraries video tutorial series. This video demonstrates how to create buffers of a constant distance around features in ArcMap.
Meyer presents her work at EmTech 2011: Extending data visualization to biology
Hammerbacher presents his work at EmTech 2011: Managing huge data sets Company: Cloudera Learn more:http://techre.vu/wkeXPq
Oprea describes her work at EmTech 2011: Guaranteeing cloud security RSA Laboratories PROBLEM: Cloud computing offers numerous advantages to businesses and individuals by enabling them to store data and run websites on remote computers rather than ones they own. But many hesitate to use the ...
Ratan describes his work at EmTech 2011: Converting paper records to digital in real time Yale University Beginning in 2009, while working with Microsoft Research India, Aishwarya Ratan spent 15 months figuring out how to help local microcredit co-ops, which often struggle with handwritten ...
With knowledge and data, a smarter world will divide work between humans and computers, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said in this Nov. 15, 2011, talk at MIT Sloan.
New technology deciphers-- and empowers--the millions who talk back to their televisions through the Web.
Professor Alan V. Oppenheim of MIT discusses research and education in his group, and the intellectual challenges facing engineers at the frontiers of signal processing, modeling and representation.
MIT researchers have been leading the way toward quantum computers--devices that could solve problems too big for all today's supercomputers put together.
At Intel Research Day, the company demonstrated some of its silicon photonics technology for the first time. The goal of this work is to speed data transfer by replacing today's electrical wiring with faster, more efficient fiber-optic connections.
04/12/2011 4:00 PM Youssef Marzouk, Assistant Professor; Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics; Description: In search of better"burning fuels, or more accurate projections of climate change, researchers inevitably work through multiple models, sometimes at great ...