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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Preparing for Interviews? Be Ready to Discuss a Setback

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By Sandy Antunes

Is Predictive Analytics the Future of Cybersecurity?

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What is one of the best ways to combat adversaries?

Know in advance how they behave.

For travelers, distraction may be top cybersecurity threat

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What does a mechatronics engineer do?

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Many products that shape the way we live, as well as products that are starting to shape the future, wouldn’t be around today without mechatronics. Read more to find out what mechatronics engineers do.

Capitol to host CAE Tech Talk on open source intelligence

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Myth: intelligence agencies gather their information primarily from clandestine sources.

Tournament raises funds for student scholarships

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Time Perception in Synthetic Intelligence: Why It's Important

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By Jason M. Pittman, Sc.D

Many talents, one code. Make it happen.

Builder Culture

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