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The '''MIT Laboratory for Computer Science''' (commonly known as '''LCS''') was the successor organization within MIT to [[Project MAC]], some years after the [[MIT Artifical Intelligence Laboratory|AI Lab]] split from the former. It too was housed in [[Tech Square]].
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The '''MIT Laboratory for Computer Science''' (commonly known as '''LCS''') was the successor organization within MIT to [[Project MAC]], some years after the [[MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory|AI Lab]] split from the former. It too was housed in [[Tech Square]].
  
The two Labs eventually re-united in 2003, forming the [[MIT Computer Science and Artifical Intelligence Laboratory]].
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The two Labs eventually re-united in 2003, forming the [[MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:57, 8 July 2019

The MIT Laboratory for Computer Science (commonly known as LCS) was the successor organization within MIT to Project MAC, some years after the AI Lab split from the former. It too was housed in Tech Square.

The two Labs eventually re-united in 2003, forming the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.