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CS’s Suchi Saria named to ‘Popular Science’ Brilliant 10

September 7, 2016

Suchi Saria, a computer scientist at Johns Hopkins University, has been named to Popular Science‘s Brilliant 10, the magazine’s annual list of the “brightest young minds in science and engineering.” Saria was chosen for her work on computer-based approaches to develop diagnoses and treatments more specific to individual patients, including for septic shock, identified as the […]

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Recent hacks raise questions about security of U.S. voting results

August 9, 2016

Avi Rubin, a computer security expert at Johns Hopkins University, joined Public Radio International’s ‘Science Friday’ program last week for a discussion about the security of U.S. voting systems. The segment comes on the heels of a massive and well-publicized breach of Democratic National Committee data—a hack widely reported to be linked to Russia. More […]

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Why Internet Voting Is a Nonstarter

July 22, 2016

I began my college studies in computer science in 1985, and I watched as the Internet transformed the world over the last 25 years. As a computer scientist, I have an acute appreciation for the benefits of our global, interconnected network. I love the internet. By all accounts, I am an early adopter. I was […]

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