Recent Submissions

  • Discrete robotic construction 

    Langford, William Kai. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Robots, which require the integration of a wide variety of mechanical and electrical functionality, are seldom built in a single process, but are instead assembled from parts created using a variety of different processes. ...
  • Human and artificial intelligence in decision systems for social development 

    Noriega Campero, Alejandro. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Today there is widespread expectation about how ubiquitous data and intelligent systems may revolutionize society towards shared prosperity; or conversely, deepen social inequalities, bring the end of human agency, and ...
  • Dynamic wearable technology : designing and deploying small climbing robots for sensing and actuation on the human body 

    Dementyev, Artem. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    This thesis introduces the idea of Dynamic Wearable Technology - a concept of wearable devices as small autonomous robots that can move on and around the human body. Ecosystems in the natural world have static and dynamic ...

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