Information Security and Artificial Intelligence news
Purdue University will lead a national initiative sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense to address the urgent need for engineering graduates to develop defense technologies, especially in the area of microelectronics.
Drones and other unmanned machines can save human lives on the battlefield, but adversaries could hack into their artificial intelligence software.
Purdue offers new online social engineering and digital forensics short courses and two new cybersecurity certification prep courses
Purdue University is offering new cybersecurity short courses in social engineering and digital forensics as part of a growing suite of offerings through the Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s Cyber Education Network Training Resources (CENTR).
The Indiana Space Grant Consortium, headquartered at Purdue University, has received a $2.8 million grant from NASA to support student and faculty learning projects. The consortium helps launch interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines for elementary students to graduate students.
Robots can be amazing tools for search-and-rescue missions and environmental studies, but eventually they must return to a base to recharge their batteries and upload their data. That can be a challenge if your robot is an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) exploring deep ocean waters.
Certain changes in a person’s heart and breathing rates could precede symptoms of COVID-19, an increasing number of studies suggests.
To become more pervasive in daily life, quantum technology needs to better detect single particles of light, called photons, carrying quantum information.