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In a further blow to the China Initiative, prosecutors move to dismiss a high-profile case

On Friday, federal prosecutors recommended that the US Department of Justice dismiss all three charges against MIT nanotechnology professor Gang Chen, ending a two-year ordeal stemming from accusations that he hid funding from Chinese entities on grant disclosure forms.  Chen… Continue Reading →

Scaling with low code to accelerate digital transformation

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Infosys in partnership with HFS Research conducted a study to understand how enterprises are adopting and benefiting from low-code and no-code tools and experiences. This study… Continue Reading →

Digital twins improve real-life manufacturing

Before reality, there’s simulation.  A 2021 missile-inceptor test conducted by aerospace and US defense technology provider Raytheon Technologies held no surprises because the company had already tested almost every aspect of the launch in simulation. Siemens and space agency NASA’s… Continue Reading →

Have a better 2022 with these tech resolutions

Like clockwork, at the end of every year, people around the world sit down and make resolutions for the new one: lose weight, meditate, save money.  Maybe this year it’s time to take stock of your tech life. Perhaps you’ve been getting a persistent… Continue Reading →

The code must go on: An Afghan coding bootcamp becomes a lifeline under Taliban rule

Four months after the Afghan government fell to the Taliban, 22-year-old Asad Asadullah had settled into a new routine.  In his hometown in Afghanistan’s northern Samangan province, the former computer science student started and ended each day glued to his… Continue Reading →

Our favorite stories of 2021

The end of the year is always a good time for a bit of introspection and self-reflection. It also seems right to pause to celebrate some of the high points from a challenging year. We asked our writers and editors… Continue Reading →

The China Initiative’s first academic guilty verdict raises more questions than it answers

Less than three hours after a jury in Boston began deliberating the fate of Harvard chemistry professor Charlies Lieber, the verdict was in: he was found guilty on Tuesday of six felony counts, including false statements and tax fraud, that… Continue Reading →

A campus exhibition

“Leslie Thornton: Begin Again, Again,” at the MIT List Center through February 13, is the artist’s first US solo museum exhibition. It includes a new installation of Peggy and Fred in Hell (1983–2015). Source From technologyreview Author: MIT News Staff

Touchless supply chains for smarter, responsive, and faster manufacturing

Enabling a touchless supply chain involves more than incremental automation. Organizations need to re-examine the supply chain, across internal processes and external touch points, and find ways to deliver speed and accuracy. This paper discusses the strategies to drive touchless… Continue Reading →

In the experience economy, systems of experience take center stage

In a now-famous 1998 article in the Harvard Business Review, B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore introduced the business world to the concept of the experience economy. The theory went something like this: businesses had moved through various… Continue Reading →

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