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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Travel in the internet era: we’re all experts now

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By Robert Herschbach
 

Why a Cybersecurity Career: it’s not just about hacking, professor says

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Dr. Mary-Margaret Chantré, a professor of cybersecurity at Capitol Technology University, talks about how young people perceive the cybersecurity field, what aspects capture their imaginations and why more young people are choosing careers in cybersecurity.

Privacy - How is it Flawed?

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By Jason M. Pittman, Sc. D.

Melanie Young: What I Love About Capitol

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Tech economy drives changes in education

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By Emma Leonard

Student satellite mission aces NASA review, readies for launch

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Photos courtesy of Project Aether

Synthetic intelligence and the Divine

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Jason M. Pittman, Sc.D.

Bookshelf: AI Reads

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By: Sarah Van Horn

Many talents, one code. Make it happen.

Builder Culture

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