The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has joined the Wevolver platform to share their advanced research on robotics and A.I. MIT, best known for its programs in engineering and the physical sciences, will be sharing both topical articles about their research as well as detailed design descriptions about the technologies developed in their labs.
Rachel Gordon from MIT CSAIL, who has been leading the collaboration says: “Wevolver has given us a new outlet that enables us to reach thousands of bright engineering minds, letting us both expand our reach and open up global engagement.”
Wevolver is a platform and community providing engineers informative content to help them innovate. Wevolver reaches millions of engineers with articles, project descriptions, videos, and engaging conversations about state of the art technology that lets us keep a pulse on new scientific happenings.
The information on Wevolver’s platform is created by a community of engineers, Wevolver’s network of academic researchers, and editorial staff. Companies can sponsor content on the platform. Wevolver forms part of a larger movement of open knowledge sharing that’s transforming the way people share and access information.
Wevolver is how today’s engineers stay cutting edge.
For this work Wevolver won the SXSW Innovation Award, the Accenture Innovation Award, and the Top Most Innovative Web Platforms by Fast Company.
Increasingly researchers and academic institutions are realizing that in order for their work to make a bigger impact, they need to reach beyond the borders of the academic world.
A large fraction of current research is still being published only in academic outlets read by very few people. Wevolver enables stakeholders to publish their academic work in the form of articles and project descriptions, enabling them to connect with an audience of millions of highly educated engineers around the world every month.
To learn more about MIT’s projects, visit their profile on Wevolver.