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Research Affiliate George Wrenn on the evolution of AI in cybersecurity.
Christos Makridis on how policy can address the rising cost of living.
Thomas Malone on how AI will change the structure of business hierarchies.
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Can ethics be taught? Evidence points towards yes, according to new research that offers the first large sample study on how rules and ethics training affects behavior and employment decisions.
Golding, a former head of the Federal Housing Administration, will help lead in the mission to support governments in their role as financial institutions and regulators of the financial system.
The collaboration will focus on academic exchange, an innovative immersion program, and enhancing QUT’s entrepreneurship program with access to MIT’s global entrepreneurial networks.
MIT study explores the key factors behind patient outcomes in clinical trials evaluating new treatments for non-small-cell lung cancer.
The study found that a single positive, nonenforcement contact with a uniformed patrol officer substantially improved the public’s attitudes towards the police.
One of the most urgent threats facing our democracy and other democracies abroad is the ability to detect and thwart foreign election interference. But, research on election interference is scarce.
MIT Sloan School Professor Christopher Palmer partners with Seattle and King County Public Housing Authorities to pilot mobility program addressing the fading American Dream
The conference aims to highlight the ways in which artificial intelligence, automation and the changing economy are affecting the future of work.
Pela primeira vez no país, evento com professores do instituto aborda como as inovações tecnológicas estão afetando o setor trabalhista.
The study has implications for how companies communicate their social responsibility initiatives.