Capitol, NSA’s National Cryptologic School team up to provide cyber education
Does Synthetic Intelligence have an Embodiment Problem?
Privacy as Non-Intrusion
For the betterment of our species, Dr. Jason Pittman wants privacy to end. To understand the goal, we first must come to grips with what privacy is.
Life Should Be Like Summer Camp!
So why can't life be more like summer camps? We're running several camps here at Capitol throughout the summer.
Unmanned and Autonomous Systems: The Future is Now
Ways in which unmanned and autonomous systems (UAS) can deliver benefits to people while reducing human risk.
What will synthetic intelligence be made of?
Dr. Jason M. Pittman discusses the biochemical construction of intelligence, what a non-carbon-based life, and by extension intelligence, may be like and how we could possibly communicate with it.
Philosophy of Technology Roundtable: Doors of Mediation
With an array of new gadgets at our disposal, digital tech has become part of nearly everything we do – from gaming to shopping to videoconferencing at work.
Drones fill in for Fourth of July fireworks
Fireworks are a Fourth of July tradition – and a fun part of many other occasions as well. But in areas hit by drought or dry conditions, they can pose a serious hazard.
The good news: watching a swarm of drones can also be an exciting way to cap Independence Day celebrations.
Bookshelf: Great Cyber Reads to Spark Your Summer!
At Capitol Technology University, we know a thing or two about cybersecurity. Capitol was one of the first schools to be designated a National Center of Academic Excellence-Cyber Defense (CAE-CD) in 2003 and has been successfully re-designated two times.
Trainer's Tips: Responding to Behavioral Interview Questions
I’ve been coaching students through the interview process over the past eight years. During that time, I’ve done a lot of research, spoken to many employers, and heard feedback from students who have been through interviews.