Recent Submissions

  • Sampling time-resolved phenomena 

    Bhandari, Ayush. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)
    Broadly speaking, time-resolved phenomena refers to three dimensional capture of a scene based on the time-of-flight principle. Since speed and and time are proportional quantities, knowing time-of-flight allows one to ...
  • Designing child robot interaction for facilitating creative learning 

    Ali, Safinah Arshad. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Children's creativity - the ability to come up with novel, surprising, and valuable ideas - has been known to contribute to their learning outcomes and personal growth. Standardized ways to measure creativity and divergent ...
  • Social inductive biases for reinforcement learning 

    Adjodah, Dhaval D. K.(Adjodlah, Dhaval Dhamnidhi Kumar) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    How can we build machines that collaborate and learn more seamlessly with humans, and with each other? How do we create fairer societies? How do we minimize the impact of information manipulation campaigns, and fight back? ...

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