Innovation

5 12, 2016

Robots are moving in to our homes, but there’s no killer app

2016-12-05T14:52:08+00:00

by Elaine Chen, Entrepreneur in Residence, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship (this piece originally appeared on The Conversation) Not too long ago, robots were giant, caged things, mainly found in automotive manufacturing lines. Social robotics was a new field of research pursued by the best and brightest in university ...

Robots are moving in to our homes, but there’s no killer app2016-12-05T14:52:08+00:00
27 10, 2016

An Exciting Step Forward for MIT’s Innovation Ecosystem

2016-10-27T10:55:03+00:00

This evening, a few blocks from our campus, MIT will launch something new: an accelerator specially geared to serve new ventures based on cutting-edge science and technology. It will supply the particular combination of resources they need to develop and bring to market innovations that address society's most important challenges. ...

An Exciting Step Forward for MIT’s Innovation Ecosystem2016-10-27T10:55:03+00:00
29 08, 2016

Innovation in a World of Patent Lawsuits

2016-08-29T14:04:40+00:00

(This post originally appeared on TechCrunch) by Elaine Chen In fall 2015, Apple once again won the dubious honor of dominating the conversation on patent infringement. First, it lost a ruling in Germany’s top civil court over the slide-to-unlock feature, backing an earlier ruling in favor of Motorola Mobility. As expected, Apple is ...

Innovation in a World of Patent Lawsuits2016-08-29T14:04:40+00:00
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