BCS Department Head Jim DiCarlo leads a panel of MIT faculty to discuss the quest to achieve true progress in our understanding of intelligence.
How do primates, including humans, tell faces apart?
When the eyes are open, visual information flows from the retina through the optic nerve and into the brain, which assembles this raw information into objects and scenes.
The School of Science announced that six of its faculty members have been appointed to named professorships this fall semester.
The new appointments are:
BCS and Building 46 leadership, faculty, postdocs, graduate students and staff have taken a firm stand against anti-Black racism and begun collaborating on actions and commitments to recognize, understand, and address systemic racism in our own community and society at large.