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Alex Davis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a member of the Behavior, Decision, and Policy Group, the Carnegie Electricity Industry Center, and the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making. He is currently CMU's acting director of a multi-year, multi-institutional…
 
Intelligent devices that we are bringing into our home may call in to question what kind of privacy we are giving up to make life more convenient and personalized. In this episode, Carnegie Mellon University CyLab Associate Professor Lujo Bauer discusses computer security and privacy, and what we can expect in the ever-growing world of artificial i…
 
As artificial intelligence becomes pervasive, engineers are improving the underlying technology it runs on to make it faster and more efficient. In this podcast, Carnegie Mellon University Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Professor Franz Franchetti discusses what hardware means for the future of AI and what challenges still need to be overco…
 
This week, Carnegie Mellon's internationally-acclaimed hacking team, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), will be traveling to Las Vegas to compete for its fifth "World Series of Hacking" title at the DefCon security conference. In this short piece, PPP's Carolina Zarate talks hacking and other hobbies, and shares how she got into security.Music: …
 
This week, Carnegie Mellon's internationally-acclaimed hacking team, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), will be traveling to Las Vegas to compete for its fifth "World Series of Hacking" title at the DefCon security conference. In this short piece, PPP's Zach Wade shares how he got into security and how competitions like DefCon are more than just…
 
Chris Pistorius, professor of materials science and engineering and director of the Center for Iron & Steelmaking Research, discusses how the American steel industry has changed over the past 30 years and whether it can support new government infrastructure projects. Is the steel industry up to President Trump's "Made in America" challenge?Original…
 
Hackers are in high demand by companies to help strengthen their security, but there's currently a shortage of talent. CyLab director David Brumley argues that the problem is that society at-large does not fully understand what hacking means. In this episode, we'll hear from four members of CMU's top internationally ranked hacking team, the Plaid P…
 
When it comes to climate change, we all know that CO2 emissions are a big problem—but they aren’t the only one. In this episode, we’re talking to researchers in CMU’s Smart Infrastructure Institute and the Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies, who have partnered with People’s Gas to examine their natural gas pipelines for leaking methane, one of…
 
CMU engineering researchers discuss how sensors can be used to monitor the health of bridges, train tracks, and the environment. These sensors are a new "macroscope," revealing large-scale characteristics of our world previously invisible to us.This episode features: ECE professor / department head Jelena Kova?evi?, CEE Ph.D. student George Lederma…
 
Carnegie Mellon's Information Network Institute (INI) turns 25 this year, and one of the major milestones of INI is the creation of the world's first big WiFi network in the early '90s. Alex Hills, the first director of the INI, led that project and shares a few interesting stories with us.Hills' book "Wi-Fi and the Bad Boys of Radio" can be purcha…
 
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