MIMO has been established as an affiliate of MIT’s Quest for Intelligence to translate the latest innovations in deep learning and machine learning to meet the needs in manufacturing and operations. In addition to the Quest, MIMO is also working closely with Operations Research Center, Leaders for Global Operations, CSAIL, and other MIT faculty in the Schwartzman College of Computing.
MIT Leaders for Global Operations
Leaders for Global Operations (MIT LGO program) partners with the MIT School of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management to deliver a unique Engineering-MBA dual degree program. The two-year curriculum places students in research internships at elite partner companies. Students in the MIT LGO program develop leadership skills to manage operations units in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, energy, high-tech, and global supply chain industries. During the program, students combine advanced engineering and MIT Sloan MBA knowledge, which makes LGO graduates among the most sought after on the job market. LGO alums lead a variety of product development, global operations, and manufacturing development initiatives at leading companies and entrepreneurial ventures throughout the world.
MIT Quest for Intelligence
MIT Quest addresses two fundamental questions: How does human intelligence work, in engineering terms? And how can we use our understanding of human intelligence to build smarter machines for the benefit of society? As part of our mission, we are developing customized AI tools for non-AI researchers, which could accelerate progress in many fields. We see an opportunity to achieve a deeper understanding of intelligence through the kind of basic research that leads to unexpected breakthroughs. We aspire for our new knowledge and newly built tools to serve the public good, in our nation and around the world.