Cybersecurity Awareness Month – observed every October – was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.About Cybersecurity Awareness Month Read More
The internet has made me immune to a coherent narrative. In order to truly understand anything, I’ve taught myself to read networks.The Best Way to Learn Online? Be a Lurker Read More
For well over a decade, I have been arguing that governments should create IT accident investigation boards for the exact same reasons they have done so for ships, railroads, planes, and in many cases, automobiles.What Went Wrong? Read More
AI has not yet delivered on the promises in industry practice. The core business of industrial enterprises is not yet AI-enhanced.
We see a major need for future research regarding functional capabilities and realization technologies for an enterprise data marketplace.
Our challenge is to ensure new technologies support us as humans, not ceding our control to them, or letting them make us dumber.We Are Not Users: Gaining Control Over New Technologies Read More
We believe that deep networks excel because they exploit a particular form of compositionality in which features in one layer are combined in many different ways to create more abstract features in the next layer.
A key question for the future of AI is how do humans learn so much from observation alone?
Diversity nourishes insight and innovation; it helps society to become more empathetic, and design more compassionate technologies.The Harm in Conflating Aging With Accessibility Read More
Until regulators stop butting heads, drone delivery rollout likely will continue to lag well behind ground robots in the autonomous delivery stakes.The Future of Supply Chains Read More
As challenging as the past year (and more) has been, the Internet has made it possible for many important aspects of life, work, and culture to continue.A Year in Lockdown: How the Waves of COVID-19 Impact Internet Traffic Read More
The Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management has a new name, new leaders, and a new mandate to meet Joe Biden’s climate goals.The US agency in charge of developing fossil fuels has a new job: cleaning them up Read More
From editing to dictation, you can do more with your smartphone’s keyboard than you might have realized.Phone Keyboard Tips You Might Not Know About Read More
Scorching temperatures in the Golden State are a test case for a more flexible energy grid.California’s Heat Wave Is a Big Moment for Batteries Read More
Much of the post-quantum transition work that needs to be done can start now, even while we wait for algorithm and protocol standards to be updated.The Long Road Ahead to Transition to Post-Quantum Cryptography Read More
When we eventually started to analyze the obtained data after the third survey round, we discovered surprising results that led to heated discussions among the research team members.Even If Users Do Not Read Security Directives, Their Behavior Is Not So Catastrophic Read More
Considering issues around data brokers that enable consumers to collect revenue from the use of their personal data.Monetizing Your Personal Data Read More
What we need to do … is find a more equitable way to govern these marketplaces and share the wealth they are creating.Epic Versus Apple and the Future of App Stores Read More
Identifying the optimal trade-off between discovery latency, energy consumption, and success probability is crucial for efficient and reliable contact tracing.How Reliable Is Smartphone-Based Electronic Contact Tracing for COVID-19? Read More
The P vs. NP problem, and the theory behind it, has not changed dramatically, but the world of computing most certainly has.Fifty Years of P vs. NP and the Possibility of the Impossible Read More
The pixel as the organizing principle of all pictures, from cave paintings to Toy Story.A Biography of the Pixel Read More
Alvy Ray Smith helped invent computer animation as we know it—then got royally shafted by Steve Jobs. Now he’s got a vision for where the pixel will take us next.Meet the Little-Known Genius Who Helped Make Pixar Possible Read More