Free Press Journal
  • This MIT robot can visually understand objects never seen before

    New York: Imagine letting a robot clean your house while you are at work, or to clear your tables. That’s exactly what the novel robot developed by researchers at the MIT can do. The team at the MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), developed a novel system which lets robots inspect random objects, and visually understand them enough to accomplish specific tasks without ever having seen them before.

  • MIT scientists developed 3D printed, Driverless boat

    Boston, MIT scientists have designed a fleet of 3D-printed, driverless boats that could ferry goods and people, helping clear up road congestion in waterway-rich cities such as Amsterdam, Bangkok and Venice – where canals run alongside and under bustling streets and bridges. The autonomous boats offer high manoeuvrability and precise control. They can be built using low-cost printer, making mass manufacturing more feasible.

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    Ujjain: ‘Festino beats 2018’ organised at MIT

    Ujjain: ‘Festino beats 2018’ organized by the MIT group of institutes concluded on Friday. Several cultural programmes like dance, singing, group discussions, technical seminars and modeling were held. Spokesperson of the college Dr Meenal Rathore said, SP Sachin Atulkar was the chief guest of the programme.

  • Ujjain: MIT holds pre-engineering-pharmacy talent search exam

    Ujjain: A pre-engineering-pharmacy talent search examination was organised by MIT group of institute in which over 600 students participated. MIT group spokesperson informed that after two hours of the examination the result was announced.

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    Mumbai: CLIx of TISS, MIT and Tata Trusts win UNESCO prize

    Mumbai: Connected Learning Initiative (CLIx), an initiative of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Tata Trusts has won UNESCO prestigious King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize, an international recognition for the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the field of education.

  • Future of banking is here

    Mumbai: It’s time to talk banking— analysing the past, understanding the present and trying to shape the future, at Bankers’ Conclave 2018, in MIT-SOB (the acronym for MIT’s School of Business), Pune, which is to be held on January 24. The conference will have two sessions— Future of Banking and Future of Microfinance & E-Payments.

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    Ujjain: Chunkey Pandey attends function in MIT

    Ujjain: Bollywood actor Chunky Pandey visited the Mahakal Group of Institutes where a fuction was organized in his honour. There he spoke to students and answered their questions. He said that life was a struggle as a person always struggles in life but one should never let the childish innocence within them die. Failure is the key to success, he added. Pandey also interacted with students of Alok International School and their

  • Now, you can watch 3D movies at home sans glasses

    Washington: MIT scientists have developed a new system that can allow users to watch 3D movies at home without having to wear inconvenient special glasses.

  • New robotic system can 3D print buildings

    Boston: MIT scientists have designed a new robotic system that can 3D print the basic structure of an entire building, an advance that would make building houses a faster, less expensive process.

  • Ujjain: Teachers felicitated by Mahakal Group

    Ujjain: Teachers felicitation ceremony and a seminar on technical education were organised by MIT group of Institutes on Wednesday. Teachers were felicitated with shawls and mementos. More than 200 teachers participated in the event.

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    Anil Kumble’s support for DRS was instrumental: ICC GM Geoff Allardice

    New Delhi : ICC’s General Manager of cricket affairs Geoff Allardice today termed India coach Anil Kumble’s role as “instrumental” in assessing the upgraded Decision Review System and his support proved to be pivotal in using the technology in the upcoming England series.

  • New artificial intelligence system can create your worst nightmare!

    Boston: Scientists have created a “Nightmare Machine” – an artificial intelligence system that can understand what makes certain images frightening, and transform harmless-looking images into stuff of nightmares, reports PTI.

  • 7 selected in open placement drive at GDC in Ujjain

    Ujjain: Seven students were recruited during the open campus drive conducted by IFBI, ICICI banks at Government Girls PG College on Tuesday for the post of ‘A’ grade officers. 40 students had registered themselves for the campus drive. Seven students were recruited on the basis of interview.The girls were selected from GDC, MIT, JNIBM and Bharatiya Colleges.

  • Oliver Hart, Bengt Holmstrom win Nobel Prize in Economics

    Sweden : The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel to Oliver Hart of Harvard and Bengt Holmström of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for their contributions to contract theory.

  • Maharashtra-born MIT researcher wins US award

    Bengaluru : Indian-born researcher Dinesh Bharadia at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has won the prestigious Young Scholar award of the US-based Marconi Society for his contribution to radio waves.

  • Malvika Raj Joshi school dropout makes it to MIT (Watch video)

    New Delhi: Seventeen-year-old Malvika Raj Joshi doesn’t have a class X or XII certificate but has made it to the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), thanks to her computer programming talent.