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UCLA: UCLA Cryptographers Solve Two-Decade-Old Problem

by UCLA Samueli Newsroom

The paper is co-authored by Aayush Jain, a graduate student researcher in the Center for Encrypted Functionalities (CEF) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and research intern at the NTT Research Cryptography and Information Security (CIS) Lab; Huijia (Rachel) Lin …

https://samueli.ucla.edu/ucla-cryptographers-solve-two-decade-old-problem/

Enterprise Times: Can a computer program be unintelligible yet still work?

Is it possible to make a computer program unintelligible to anyone trying to disassemble it yet still retain its functionality? It’s a key question that has been around for decades. Now, three cryptographers say they have solved the problem of Indistinguishability Obfuscation (iO) …

https://www.enterprisetimes.co.uk/2020/09/30/can-a-computer-program-be-unintelligible-yet-still-work/

Silicon Angle: Will technology save humanity? Researchers gather at global summit on bleeding-edge tech for good

Brilliant minds have shaped the course of human history. From the astrolabe to the internet, innovation has been a defining trait of our species. Now, with the Western world on the edge of what, at times, seems like an apocalyptic future, can we harness humanity’s super intelligence and create …

https://siliconangle.com/2020/09/28/will-technology-save-humanity-researchers-gather-global-summit-bleeding-edge-tech-good-upgrade2020/

Silicon Angle: NTT Research spotlights quantum computing, cryptography and healthcare at Upgrade 2020

There is a simple reason why companies will spend a projected $2.4 trillion globally on research and development in 2020: It gets results. In the technology world, the transistor, hard drive and graphical user interface all sprang from research labs, to name just a few key innovations …

https://siliconangle.com/2020/09/21/ntt-research-spotlights-quantum-computing-cryptography-and-healthcare-at-upgrade-2020-upgrade2020/

The University of Notre Dame: Toroczkai partners with Silicon Valley firm and others to explore continuous-time analog computing

Zoltán Toroczkai, professor in the Department of Physics, will be working with NTT Research, Inc., to conduct joint research into the limits of continuous-time analog computing. The five-year agreement between Notre Dame, other top universities, and NTT Research will focus …

https://science.nd.edu/news/toroczkai-partners-with-japanese-firm-and-others-to-explore-continuous-time-analog-computing/

Forbes: 15 Amazing Technologies that Are Contributing To The Greater Good

From business to leisure to everything in between, technology can make our lives easier and more enjoyable. Further, tech can also be used to promote the common good and make a positive impact on humanity. When an innovation can do both, it’s something truly special and important …

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2020/09/16/15-amazing-technologies-that-are-contributing-to-the-greater-good/#14399ecc8251

LaborPraxis: Forschung an implantierbaren Sensoren für die Medizin

Gezielte Diagnosen erfordern umfassende Patientendaten. Um wichtige Informationen für Ärzte zu erfassen, haben sich die Technische Universität München und das japanische Kommunikationsunternehmen NTT zusammengetan. Sie wollen neuartige flexible Elektroden für medizinische Anwendungen …

https://www.laborpraxis.vogel.de/forschung-an-implantierbaren-sensoren-fuer-die-medizin-a-963636/?cmp=beleg-mail

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