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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

On the move: fast-growing Capitol Tech is Moxie Award finalist

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Capitol Technology University – a higher education pioneer that has launched many first-of-their-kind programs – has been selected as a finalist for the annual Moxie Award.

How open NASA data helped to create the map of Mars

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Data is shaping our lives. Read more on how NASA is using data to further explore space, specifically Mars from data gathered over years of exploration as part of the Mars Exploration Program.

Capitol Tech Kicks Off Summer With Cyber Camp

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School’s out – and kids and teens across the country are looking ahead to their summer activities. See what a group of middle and high school students enrolled in Capitol's summer camps will be doing.

Why is an Indistinguishable Synthetic Consciousness Bad?

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Previously, I argued that the three types of consciousness were indistinguishable. I argued that this is because we cannot reliably detect any consciousness other than our own. I reasoned that an undetectable consciousness is an indistinguishable consciousness. Based on that, I made the claim that an undetectable, indistinguishable consciousness would be bad.

Report: Capitol's online master's in cyber is among most affordable

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A new report has found that Capitol’s online master’s program in cyber is also one of the most affordable options available in the information assurance field.

Capitol's Project Aether team sees early successes

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As summer kicks into gear, a team of Capitol Technology University students involved in an ambitious space science project is savoring early successes and looking ahead to further milestones in the months ahead.

Cybersecurity a global problem, say analysts – but global response proves elusive

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The transnational nature of cybercrime calls for a transnational response – yet, so far, building a global consensus has proved hard to do, adding to dealing with the global challenges of cybersecurity.

Privacy: Information as Permanency

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Earlier in this continuing series on privacy, I argued that that there were three reasons for the rising demand in privacy and that such demand is bad for our species.

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