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Discussions with SEI researchers about cyber-related topics of interest

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Discussions with SEI researchers about cyber-related topics of interest

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    Perspectives on Quantum Computing: Education, Applications, and the Future of the Field

    Perspectives on Quantum Computing: Education, Applications, and the Future of the Field

    SEI Quantum Computing team members Dr. Jason Larkin, Daniel Justice, and Matias Jonsson discuss what Jonsson is learning as a student intern in quantum computing, applications where quantum computing can offer advantages over classical computers, and where they think the quantum field is going.

    • 19 min
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    Human–Machine Teaming and AI

    Human–Machine Teaming and AI

    The ability to augment our abilities by partnering with an AI systems to solve complex problems is very compelling. In this Cyber Talk, SEI researchers Carol Smith, Andrew Mellinger, and Ritwik Gupta discuss the exciting challenges and opportunities for human–machine teaming and artificial intelligence.

    • 22 min
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    SEI Artificial Intelligence Engineering Roadmap

    SEI Artificial Intelligence Engineering Roadmap

    Join us as Tom Longstaff and Rotem Guttman walk through the Software Engineering Institute’s plans for how to advance the science of artificial intelligence engineering. Topics addressed will include both the opportunities expected and challenges foreseen in integrating the promise of AI technology with the needs of the Department of Defense.

    • 10 min
    What is Ransomware?

    What is Ransomware?

    Ritwik Gupta and Elli Kanal explain what ransomware is, what it can do to your computer, and how you can help prevent infections using the concept of cyber hygiene. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the files on a computer, preventing the user from accessing them. The attacker then extorts the user by requesting a ransom in exchange for the key that unlocks the files.

    • 21 min
    Deepfakes—What Can Really Be Done Today?

    Deepfakes—What Can Really Be Done Today?

    Rotem Guttman and Zach Kurtz explain what deepfakes are, how they work, and what kind of content it’s possible to create with current techniques and technology.

    • 11 min
    STEM + Diversity = Greater Technology Innovation

    STEM + Diversity = Greater Technology Innovation

    In this Cyber Talk episode, Tom Longstaff and Grace Lewis discuss how fixing this imbalance can help promote even greater innovation in STEM fields. Grace and Tom examine what true diversity means, and how representation not just in terms of race and gender, but also in terms of culture and backgrounds, can promote different points of view and lead to the discovery of new solutions to problems that STEM researchers are trying to solve.

    • 15 min

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