MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) and Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) are joining forces to host the 3rd annual AI and the Future of Work Congress.

Driven by an artificial intelligence revolution and new talent models, work is rapidly changing. Daily, jobs and the skills needed to be successful in the workplace are being reinvented.

With headlines like, “Will Robots and AI Take Your Job” and  “Automation Is the Greatest Threat to the American Worker, Not Outsourcing”, the future of work is uncertain and daunting for many across the globe.

Join academics, corporate leaders and public policy makers as we get to the truth behind these headlines and explore the opportunities and challenges ahead for organizations and their employees.

MIT takes as a guiding premise that addressing the social and human implications of technology should not be an afterthought. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in this important conversation.

More details coming soon!


MIT and the Future of Work Congress Online Discussion

Stay engaged with the AI and the Future of Work Congress hosted by MIT CSAIL and the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) and join the conversation on the AI revolution! AI- artificial intelligence- is in the news almost daily. Businesses are looking for strategies to incorporate AI for efficiency and a competitive advantage. The workforce is concerned about the changes AI will bring for jobs and required skill sets. bring together thought leaders from academia, business leaders, economists and visionaries for a thoughtful dialogue on AI’s impact. Through this online forum, we hope to continue to bring together thought leaders from academia, business leaders, economists and visionaries for dialogue on how to navigate the opportunities and challenges of the “AI Revolution,” as well as gain valuable insight on ways to chart career paths across many fields impacted by the advancements in AI.

If you're interested in continuing the AI discussion, please join our public group on LinkedIn: MIT AI and the Future of Work Congress Online Discussion

Inclusive Innovation Challenge Showcase

Introducing the 2018 MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge Finalists
IIC HeaderPresented by the IDE, the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) awards $1,600,000 in prizes globally to organizations that are using technology to create greater shared prosperity in the digital age. Winning organizations are reinventing the future of work to address this grand challenge of our time. Twenty Regional Winners from Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America — vetted from over 1,500 global registrants by in-region experts and chosen by Selection Panels at regional celebrations — will vie for $1 million at the Gala event after the Congress. These organizations represent exemplar working, scalable solutions that harness technology to include more people in the digital economy and broaden opportunity.

Transportation and Parking Information

Kresge Auditorium (Building W16) is located at 48 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139 (map), directly across from MIT's main campus and next to the Stratton Student Center (Building W20).

Public Transportation

MBTA Subway MBTA Subway: The nearest MBTA "T" (subway) stop is Kendall/MIT, located on the Red Line. One-way subway fares are approximately $2.75/per person or $2.25/per person with a CharlieCard.
MBTA Bus MBTA Bus: The #1 (Dudley bus) stops at MIT on Massachusetts Avenue. The MIT stop is at a large crosswalk with a stop light. On one side of the street are steps leading up to large Ionic columns and the Small Dome of MIT with the Stratton Student Center (Building W20) and Kresge Oval (an open, grass-covered area) on the other side of the street.

Ambassador Brattle Cab: (617) 492-1100          Green and Yellow Cab (Somerville): (617) 625-5000
Airport Taxi Cab Service: (617) 201-7886          Metro Cab: (617) 782-5500
Taxi Taxi: Taxi fare from the airport is about $35–$40. During non-rush hour, the taxi ride will take about 30 minutes. During rush hour, the ride could take 45 minutes or more.
Parking Parking: Parking in Cambridge can be difficult. Garage parking is available near campus, along with metered spots on the street. Alternatively, we invite you to use the ParkMe application to view available parking garages and reserve a parking space before your visit.

MIT Visitor Parking: 139 Massachusetts, Cambridge, MA          West Garage- Albany: 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
MIT Paid Lot: 84 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA          MIT West Garage (limited spaces): 121 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA

To contact one of the above listed parking garages, please call: (617) 258-6510
Getting Around Campus

The Tech Shuttle provides free transportation around the MIT campus on weekdays from 7:15 am to 7:15 pm. The Tech Shuttle vehicles are accessible to those with disabilities. For the current schedule and information, visit the MIT Parking and Transportation Office website.

SafeRide shuttles run 7 days a week from 6 pm-3 am weekdays and until 4 am on weekends. Maps and schedules are available at the SafeRide site. An accessible van is available by calling the SafeRide office at 617-253-2997.

For a full layout of the campus, please visit: https://whereis.mit.edu/

How to Read an MIT Address

The main mailing address for MIT is 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139 (campus map).

Within MIT, addresses are designated by building and room number, so "MIT Room 3-208" is Building 3, second floor, Room 208.

Our Sponsors

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lori Glover at lglover@mit.edu.