INVESTIGATING PRISON RESPONSES TO COVID-19Research by first-year undergraduate Maanas Sharma ’26 on Covid in prisons began at the MIT Policy Hackathon, which he first attended as a junior in high school.... READ MORE
IMPROVING HEALTH OUTCOMES BY TARGETING CLIMATE AND AIR POLLUTION SIMULTANEOUSLYA team including TPP director Noelle Selin has developed a new modeling approach that could enable decision-makers to reduce hazardous emissions and improve public health through combined climate and air-quality policies.... READ MOREMIT News Office
Science and Policy in PracticeMIT students Disha Trivedi and Ty Christoff-Tempesta both participated in TPP-funded internships this past summer at the Massachusetts State House.... READ MORE
TPP addresses societal challenges through research and education at the intersection of technology and policy. Our goal is to mobilize science and engineering to inform intelligent, responsible strategies and policies to benefit communities from local to global.
Deploying AI models at scaleVivienne Zhang’s research on data quality when predicting wind power output, plus an internship in machine learning operations, leads her to join Nvidia’s Deep Learning team.
Investigating prison responses to Covid-19Research by first-year undergraduate Maanas Sharma ’26 on Covid in prisons began at the MIT Policy Hackathon, which he first attended as a junior in high school.
Human behavior and digital privacyRecent TPP graduate Kevin Paeth SM ’23, who researches human computer interaction, says his internship in AI policy reinforced a core TPP lesson: “the overwhelming importance of successful communication between technical and non-technical audiences.”
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