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Dr. Emondi on Types of Labs and Successful Research

Dr. Al Emondi, an experienced organizational and technology leader, joined NTT Research in March 2022 as Head of Partner Strategy. In that role, Dr. …

NTT Research and MIT Explore AI Hardware Efficiency

By Kazuhiro Gomi, President and CEO, NTT Research, Inc.  The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the world’s leading academic institutions, has launched …

The Future of AI and ML is Looking Green

On top of the many practical questions about how to deploy artificial intelligence (AI), a new set of concerns have arisen about its external …

Dr. Boyle Explores Secure Computation

Dr. Elette Boyle joined NTT Research as a Senior Scientist in the Cryptography and Information Security (CIS) Lab in October 2021. She has most …

Boyle and Ireland Discuss Zero-Trust at CyberTech Global Tel Aviv

The CyberTech Global Tel Aviv conference, which took place March 1-3, drew participation from NTT and NTT Research. A conference side event, titled “NTT, …

Dr. Mark Zhandry: Post-Quantum Cryptography and More

Mark Zhandry is a senior scientist in the NTT Research Cryptography & Information Security (CIS) Lab and an assistant professor at Princeton University. After …

Kazuhiro Gomi Joins Panel on Leadership Strategy

NTT Research President and CEO, Kazuhiro Gomi, participated in a leadership podcast published on February 22, 2022. Hosted by The New P&L Brand Purpose …

Dr. Brent Waters Named ACM Fellow

Cryptography & Information Security (CIS) Lab Distinguished Scientist Brent Waters has earned a notable distinction. On January 19, 2022, the Association for Computing Machinery …

To 2022 and Beyond: A Glimpse into Our Future

By Kazuhiro Gomi, President & CEO of NTT Research It is customary to spend a little time in December discussing what’s likely to occur …

Dr. Ryan Hamerly: From a Tesla Coil to Photonics and Optics

Ryan Hamerly is a Senior Scientist at NTT Research. He joined the Physics & Informatics (PHI) Lab in October 2019, following two years as …

Let’s get This (Multi) Party Started

Multi-party computation (MPC) allows for parties to calculate outputs without sharing individual inputs. Think of an election: Everyone wants to know the results, but …

Upgrade 2021: Day 2 Goes Technical

This year’s Upgrade 2021 research summit covered a lot of territory. We reviewed the three demos from Day 1 in another blog. The opening …