CS's Sabrina Mielke says her summer research internship led her to Hopkins
Sabrina Mielke, a first-generation college graduate who immigrated from Germany to the United States, says she first discovered her interest in computer science in middle school during a trip to her local library.
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AbstractAs society progresses towards increasing levels of embedded, ubiquitous, and autonomous computation, one key societal opportunity is to leverage this technology to maximize human wellbeing. The challenge for wellbeing technology is two-fold, how to precisely[...]
Locationhttp://bit.ly/Nicole-PerlrothAbstractNicole Perlroth is The New York Times cybersecurity reporter and the author of This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends, the untold history of the global cyber arms trade and cyberweapons arms race[...]