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  1. Artificial intelligence produces realistic sounds that fool humans   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    Video-trained system from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab could help robots understand how objects interact with the world.   MIT News - Computer science
  2. A method to image black holes   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    New algorithm could stitch together astronomical measurements made across the globe.   MIT News - Computer science
  3. Regina Barzilay named Delta Electronics Professor   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    Leader in human language technologies has been appointed the Delta Electronics Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.   MIT News - Computer science
  4. We know where you live   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    From location data alone, even low-tech snoopers can identify Twitter users’ homes, workplaces.   MIT News - Computer science
  5. Patching up Web applications   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    New debugging method found 23 undetected security flaws in 50 popular Web applications.   MIT News - Computer science
  6. MIT Professional Education announces new online course on the Internet of Things   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
      MIT News - Computer science
  7. Wireless tech means safer drones, smarter homes and password-free WiFi   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    System from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab enables single WiFi access point that can locate users within tens of centimeters.   MIT News - Computer science
  8. Secure, user-controlled data   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    Cryptographic system would allow users to decide which applications access which aspects of their data.   MIT News - Computer science
  9. System loads Web pages 34 percent faster by fetching files more effectively   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    "Polaris" system from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab accelerates website load-time by decreasing network trips.   MIT News - Computer science
  10. MIT, Cambridge University team up for “Cambridge 2 Cambridge†hackathon   27/Sep/16 08:00pm
    Hosted by the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, event featured mixed student teams tackling cybersecurity challenges.   MIT News - Computer science

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