MIT Technology Review

The Unfinished Work of Vanu Bose

With an energy-efficient approach to rural connectivity, the late entrepreneur founded a company that aims to bring cellular coverage to the 1.1 billion people who lack it.

Connecting the Last Billion

With an energy-efficient approach to rural connectivity, Vanu Bose aims to bring cellular coverage to the 1.1 billion people who lack it.

India Warily Eyes AI

Technology outsourcing has been India’s only reliable job creator in the past 30 years. Now artificial intelligence threatens to wipe out those gains.

Building Tomorrow’s Robots

As director of CSAIL and head of MIT’s Distributed Robotics Lab, Daniela Rus is dreaming up our robot-filled future.

How We Feel About Robots That Feel

As robots become smart enough to detect our feelings and respond appropriately, they could have something like emotions of their own. But that won’t necessarily make them more like humans.

We Need Computers with Empathy

An emerging trend in artificial intelligence is to get computers to detect how we’re feeling and respond accordingly. They might even help us develop more compassion for one another.

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