Researchers Create 'Psychopath AI' Using Violent Images OnlineNorman is a "psychopath AI", created by researchers at the MIT Media Lab as a "case study on the dangers of artificial intelligence gone wrong."
Police: Frat House 'Operated As A Nightclub' With Indoor Waterfall, Minors DrinkingThe fraternity's president was issued a violation for hazardous conditions inside the building and other offenses.
Memory Loss Caused By Alzheimer's Could Be Reversible, Study FindsSymptoms of Alzheimer's disease that affect patients' memories could be reversed, according to new research from MIT.
MIT Study Concludes Running Is ContagiousThe new research collected over a span of five years says sharing running times and schedules can make people more accountable and motivated.
Study: Students Willing To Give Up Privacy For PizzaFor further salt on the wound of no loyalty, 94 percent of students gave up their friends’ emails without any incentives.
Local Professor Part Of Group Working To Develop Program To Improve How DNA Evidence Is ExaminedProfessor Desmond Lun is working with counterparts from Boston University and MIT to develop a software program that will definitively state how many people--contributors he calls them--are found in DNA evidence recovered from a crime scene.
Study Suggests College Courses May Be Old SchoolA new report out of MIT suggests matching modules rather than locking students into 12-week university courses may be a way to change college education.
Local Students Creating Inventions To Help The Blind, Visually Impaired Students at the Overbrook School for the blind are working on some apps to help them read.
More Students Taking ACT TestUntil recently, the ACT college admissions test was the stepchild of the SAT but now more students are taking both.
Scholars Influencing PolicyThe revolving door that moves policy makers into academia, and scholars into policy-making positions or projects illustrates a freedom of speech and influence on policy that not all countries allow.
University Faculty Mentors Science Students OnlineSome prominent universities – MIT, Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, among them — recruited faculty volunteers for six-weeks of mentoring students online.
A Major Step In Online EducationThe recent leadership crisis at the University of Virginia, perceived as moving too slowly on digital progress, turned out to be faulty. The University just announced that it will be moving to online learning on a global scale.