MIT Technology Review

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    MIT Technology Review is a digitally oriented media company. It provides analysis, features, reviews, interviews, and live events explaining the commercial, social, and political impact of new technologies. The company reaches its readers through platforms and publications online, in print, on mobile, and in-person at live events.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1899
    HQCambridge, MA, US
    Websitetechnologyreview.com
    Employee Ratings3.2

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)555
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at MIT Technology Review

    Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau

    Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau

    CEO and Publisher
    Gideon Lichfield

    Gideon Lichfield

    Editor in Chief
    Linda Lowenthal

    Linda Lowenthal

    Copy Chief
    Eric Mongeon

    Eric Mongeon

    Chief Creative Officer
    Emily Luong

    Emily Luong

    Art Director
    Nicola Crepaldi

    Nicola Crepaldi

    Vice President of International Business Development, Head of MIT Technology Review Insights
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    MIT Technology Review Office Locations

    MIT Technology Review has an office in Cambridge
    Cambridge, MA, US (HQ)
    1 Main St
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    MIT Technology Review Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1899
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    MIT Technology Review Revenue

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    Revenue (Sep, 2019)

    1.9b
    USDSep, 2019E

    Revenue

    1.9b
    USDSep, 2019

    Revenue/Employee

    3.5m
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    MIT Technology Review Operating Metrics

    MIT Technology Review's Monthly Unique Visitors was reported to be 8.4 m in Jul, 2020.
    Sep, 2019Jul, 2020

    Countries

    147 147

    Languages

    6

    Monthly Page Views

    7.30 m16.20 m

    Monthly Unique Visitors

    3.20 m8.40 m
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    MIT Technology Review Cybersecurity Score

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    B

    80/100

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    MIT Technology Review News and Updates

    MIT Technology Review Hosts EmTech MIT Conference Online October 19-22

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review has announced the dates and speakers for its annual EmTech MIT conference, which will take place virtually October 19-22, 2020. This year's program explores the technology underpinning—and the forces driving—our digital...

    MIT Technology Review premieres "In Machines We Trust" podcast

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Listen to the trailer of "In Machines We Trust" Today MIT Technology Review premieres a new podcast, "In Machines We Trust," about the far-reaching impact of artificial intelligence and the automation of everything. Hosted by Jennifer...

    MIT Technology Review launches AI-focused podcast

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- On August 12, MIT Technology Review is launching its most ambitious podcast yet, "In Machines We Trust," about the far-reaching impact of artificial intelligence and the automation of everything. Hosted by Jennifer Strong, an award-winning...

    MIT Technology Review Announces 2020 Innovators Under 35

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review today announced its annual list of Innovators Under 35. This acclaimed list honors innovators making great strides in their respective fields. The 35 innovators on this year's list include entrepreneurs, humanitarians,...

    MIT Technology Review selects AI Molecular Design as a breakthrough of the year and highlights Insilico Medicine

    HONG KONG, Feb. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Insilico Medicine today announced that MIT Technology Review selected AI-discovered molecules as a breakthrough of the year with the availability horizon of 3-5 years. Insilico Medicine's research together with the University of Toronto was...
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    MIT Technology Review Blogs

    Transcript: Brad Smith’s remarks at an employee meeting Thursday

    Editor’s note: Given media reports about what was discussed at an employee meeting Jan. 21, we wanted to share the full transcript of Microsoft President Brad Smith’s remarks. BRAD SMITH: Thank you, and it’s obviously an important question. I don’t want to repeat, but I do want to build upon what Sa…

    The Earth’s atmosphere has been modelled in Microsoft Azure as part of a project to tackle climate change caused by aviation

    The post The Earth’s atmosphere has been modelled in Microsoft Azure as part of a project to tackle climate change caused by aviation appeared first on The AI Blog.

    Microsoft gives users control over their voice clips

    Microsoft is rolling out updates to its user consent experience for voice data to give customers more meaningful control over whether their voice data is used to improve products, the company announced Friday. These updates let customers decide if people can listen to recordings of what they said wh…

    Software development in 2021 and beyond

    2020 is now – finally – hindsight. It was a year of unprecedented disruption – how businesses connected with their employees and customers transformed nearly overnight. We saw organizations rapidly pivot to remote-first environments, undergoing years’ worth of digital transformation in a matter of m…

    Breaking down the AI wizardry of ‘Microsoft Flight Simulator’

    The post Breaking down the AI wizardry of ‘Microsoft Flight Simulator’ appeared first on The AI Blog.

    Microsoft launches 2021 Council for Digital Good

    Starting today, Microsoft is inviting applications for its newest Council for Digital Good, an 18-month engagement program for U.S. teens focused on understanding, recognizing and reducing digital risks and promoting safer, healthier and more respectful online interactions. The council experience of…
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    MIT Technology Review Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was MIT Technology Review founded?

      MIT Technology Review was founded in 1899.

    • Who are MIT Technology Review key executives?

      MIT Technology Review's key executives are Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, Gideon Lichfield and Linda Lowenthal.

    • How many employees does MIT Technology Review have?

      MIT Technology Review has 555 employees.

    • Who are MIT Technology Review competitors?

      Competitors of MIT Technology Review include PCMag, CNET and TechCrunch.

    • Where is MIT Technology Review headquarters?

      MIT Technology Review headquarters is located at 1 Main St, Cambridge.

    • Where are MIT Technology Review offices?

      MIT Technology Review has an office in Cambridge.

    • How many offices does MIT Technology Review have?

      MIT Technology Review has 1 office.