July 29, 2021
New AI systems create false information to mislead adversaries and prevent intellectual property theft
A new and improved cybersecurity tool, developed by Dartmouth researchers, will mislead hackers trying to steal trade secrets by preventing intellectual property theft with AI, machine learning and natural language processing.
July 26, 2021
Biden's Plan to Address America’s Critical Infrastructure Needs
With the nation’s roads, bridges and high-rises in dire need of upgrades, questions remain as to exactly how Biden’s infrastructure bill addresses America’s needs and how much money Congress will devote to his American Jobs Plan.
July 23, 2021
Critical Infrastructure and cybersecurity in food and agriculture industry
The COVID-19 crisis highlighted many critical infrastructure and supply chain issues in the farming and food industries, but cybersecurity in the agriculture industry is important too. The government plans to address all of this.
July 19, 2021
AI & Machine Learning in Social Cognition: Building understanding of subjective notions of human attraction
By discovering how machine learning can understand human attraction, researchers have found a new use of AI in studies of social cognition that could improve our understanding of issues like implicit bias and decision-making.
June 28, 2021
Questions of ethics arise as Google cybersecurity report exposes US counterterrorism effort
Google discovered that the US government used hacking as a counterterrorism tool. The decision of how to report this vulnerability presented an ethics challenge in the cybersecurity field that will impact the industry for years.