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An experiment in Egypt suggests ways to spread information for women facing domestic violence.
Director and MIT Professor Jay Scheib’s production, at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, features an apocalyptic theme and augmented reality headsets for the audience.
A new report by MIT researchers highlights the potential of generative AI to help workers with certain writing assignments.
For Rani Ukhengching Marma from Bangladesh, protecting the Indigenous language also means preserving her culture, traditional knowledge, and generational wisdom.
A new podcast series from MIT’s Teaching Systems Lab explores the laws and cultural divisions presenting new challenges for educators.
Graduating seniors honored for their excellence in the liberal arts.
With a minor in literature and environmental sustainability, the biology alumna considers perspectives from Charles Darwin to Annie Dillard.
Professor Fotini Christia, director of the MIT Sociotechnical Systems Research Center and chair of the International Advisory Committee, reflects on the committee’s work.