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Machine Learning to Improve Mental Health

MIT Researchers Deploying Machine Learning to Improve Mental Health

MIT’s Rosalind Picard and Massachusetts General Hospital’s Paola Pedrelli are united by the belief that artificial intelligence may be able to help make mental...
MIT toolkit design muscle sensing wearables

MIT Unveils a Toolkit That Allows Anyone To Design Their Own Muscle-Sensing Wearables

MIT’s Science and and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has created a toolkit that lets users design health-sensing devices that can detect how muscles move....
MIT sensing glove for stroke recovery

MIT Researchers Develop Touch-Sensing Glove That May Help In Stroke Recovery

When you pick up a balloon, the pressure to keep hold of it is different from what you would exert to grasp a jar....
MIT Swallowable capsule sensor

MIT Researchers Develop Swallowable Sensor That Could Replace Endoscopy

Thanks to the work of Assistant Professor Rabia Yazicigil (ECE) and her colleagues at MIT, a swallowable sensor could someday replace endoscopy and colonoscopy....
Wearable Freeze-Dried Cell-Free Face Masks

Wearable Freeze-Dried Cell-Free Face Masks for COVID-19 Detection

Integrating synthetic biology into wearables could expand opportunities for noninvasive monitoring of physiological status, disease states and exposure to pathogens or toxins. However, the...
MIT Digital Fiber potential uses

MIT Engineers Successfully Integrate AI-Enabled IC Circuits Into Sewable Fibers

Recently, MIT announced that it had successfully embedded sensor circuits consisting of multiple ICs and connectors into fibers that can be used for clothing....