Finding the shortest path from data to impact
MIT Machine Intelligence for Manufacturing and Operations (MIMO) is a research and educational program created to increase industrial competitiveness by accelerating the deployment and understanding of machine intelligence in manufacturing and operations.
Now Live: Participate in the MIMO-McKinsey Study.
Closes on March 31, 2023
This study aims to answer the question: What enables a company to successfully implement machine intelligence into their operations and become a leader in their industry?
- Reference our FAQ for more information
- Learn more on McKinsey’s website
- Read about the study in the Harvard Business Review
MIT MIMO Symposium
AI: Accelerate Impact
May 9th, 2023
MIT Building E14 (Media Lab)
Thank you to everyone who attended our 2023 Symposium and made the event possible!
The MIT MIMO Symposium is a student-led annual event that brings together industry leaders with the MIT community to discuss how machine learning is transforming manufacturing.
Learn more about the event on our Symposium page.
MIT MIMO works in collaboration with the Leaders for Global Operations program to help deploy the latest innovations in deep learning and machine learning into manufacturing and operations. In addition to the LGO, MIMO is also working closely with Operations Research Center, MIT Quest for Intelligence, CSAIL, and other MIT faculty in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Featured Blog Post
ML in Manufacturing and Operations, Challenges and Opportunities, MIMO Presented at MIT Research and Development Conference
On November 12th, Professor Duane Boning (MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department) announced the new MIT program on Machine Intelligence for Manufacturing and Operations (MIMO) during his presentation to the MIT QUEST for Intelligence audience at the MIT ILP Research and Development Conference.
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