Not even the surest surgeon’s hand is quite as steady and consistent as a robotic arm built of metal and plastic, programmed to perform the same motions over and over. And limited robotic automation is already used in surgeries involving rigid structures such as bones. But can a robot handle the slips and squirms of […]
Whiting School of Engineering computer scientists have led an effort to create a proven way to prevent sabotage from disrupting electronic networks supporting major infrastructure such as power grids and the electronic cloud. The system – meant to protect against the sort of attack that in 2010 disrupted thousands of internet networks in the United States […]
Forbes.com published an essay by Steven Salzberg, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, and Biostatistics, about the threat of the spread of the Zika virus during the upcoming Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.