Carnegie Mellon hacking team finishes 2nd at DefCon Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University’s competitive hacking team, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), finished in 2nd place in the “Capture the Flag” competition—widely referred to as “The Olympics of Hacking”—at this year’s DefCon security conference.
CMU and CCDC ARL announce new cooperative agreement Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory (ARL) have entered into a $3.5 million cooperative agreement that supports machine learning-enabled additive manufacturing.
IoT labels will help consumers figure out which devices are spying on them Opens in new window
A team of CyLab researchers have developed a prototype security and privacy “nutrition label” that performed well in user tests. To develop the label, the team consulted with a diverse group of 22 security and privacy experts across industry, government, and academia.
New infrastructure will enhance privacy in today’s Internet of Things Opens in new window
A team of Carnegie Mellon researchers just launched the IoT Assistant, an app that informs users about what IoT technologies are around them and what data they are collecting. An accompanying cloud-based portal allows IoT owners to register their devices to the infrastructure.
Capturing physiological signals with an app and a tap Opens in new window
For someone suffering from an acute illness or a medical emergency, the nearest healthcare facility can be several hours away in some parts of the world. Researchers are working to bridge this gap in patient care with machine learning.
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