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Email Spoofing: What is it, how does it work, and how do we prevent it? 

September 27, 2021
Email phishing is not a new concept. Since email became a widely-used method of communication, unscrupulous individuals have been sending emails for fake lotteries, invented inheritances, and fake charitable schemes. Many of these types of scams were easy to identify by looking at the sender. However, as technology has advanced, so have phishing schemes—especially in the form of email spoofing. 

Machine Learning Could Accelerate Drug Discovery 

September 24, 2021
According to the Congressional Budget Office, in 2019, the pharmaceutical industry spent $83 billion on research and development, about ten times the amount spent per year in the 80s. With so much money going toward exploring whether or not a drug will be effective, one group has turned to machine learning (ML) to help expedite the process. 

Recognizing Information Tech Staff on IT Professionals Day

September 21, 2021
September 21st marks 2021’s National Information Technology (IT) Professionals Day, a day in honor of those dedicated to solving our slew of modern technological problems.

Celebrating National Video Game Day

September 12, 2021
Whether you celebrate National Video Game Day on July 8 or today, September 12 (or both!)1,2, Capitol Technology University is celebrating video games and players everyday by pressing play on the new Esports department.

Samsung TV’s Surprising Remote Capabilities

August 31, 2021
At the beginning of July 2020, a Samsung warehouse in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa was robbed of an unknown amount of Samsung televisions. While the thieves may have hoped to resale the TVs, Samsung’s new Television Block Function threw a wrench in that plan.

Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science