MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory


MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
El Stata Center

El MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) es un laboratorio de investigación en el Instituto Tecnológico de Massachusetts formado por la fusión, en el año 2003, del Laboratory for Computer Science y el Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Ubicado en el Stata Center, CSAIL es el más grande laboratorio en campus por su alcance y su personal de investigación.

Actividades de investigación

Las actividades de investigación del CSAIL son organizadas alrededor de un número de grupos de investigación semiautónomos, cada uno dirigido por uno o más catedráticos o científicos investigadores. Estos grupos están divididos en siete campos generales de investigación:

Además, CSAIL es el anfitrión del World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

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