Dishita is a researcher in the Human Computer Interaction Engineering (HCIE) Group at Computer Science Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her current work focuses on adaptive tools for mastering motor skills, using machine learning and personal fabrication.
office: 32 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA 02139 (Map)
Designer of spaces and explorer of places, Dishita has studied and worked at top international practices in India, Switzerland, UK, Singapore and the US. Architect and researcher by profession, writer and photographer by passion, she is forever a student at heart. Culture, technology and people are her favorite subjects and she aspires to connect them through her work in Architecture and Computer Science. Over the last decade, her research interests have transitioned from interactive spaces, robotics and kinetic architecture to neuroscience, artificial intelligence and building socially intelligent creative machines.
A new personal project bringing together my passion for collaborative creative problem solving
31 Countries, 5 Continents and soon some more...
I am always looking for research and entrepreneurial opportunities in the field of design and technology. Looking to connect with other curious minds to initiate innovative projects!