87-fr-35250-responses Public Input on Advancing Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (8/30/2022) FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE, NEWS, PRIVACY - The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy – on behalf of the Fast Track Action Committee on Advancing Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing and Analytics of the Subcommittee on Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) … ...
87-FR-47473 Request for Information on the Federal Big Data Research and Development Strategic Plan Update (8/3/2022) BIG DATA, FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE, NEWS - The NITRD NCO and NSF, as part of the NITRD Big Data interagency working group (BD IWG), request input from all interested parties as the IWG prepares updates to the Federal Big Data Research and Development Strategic Plan. Through this… ...
87-FR-42212 Request for Information on Federal Video and Image Analytics Research and Development Action Plan (7/14/2022) FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE, NEWS, VIDEO AND IMAGE ANALYTICS - The NITRD NCO and NSF, on behalf of the National Science and Technology Council's (NSTC's) Committee on Science & Technology Enterprise, request input from all interested parties on updating the 2020 Federal Video and Image Analytics (VIA) Research and Development… ...
Advancing a Vision for Privacy-Enhancing Technologies Advancing a Vision for Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (7/1/2022) FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE, NEWS, PRIVACY - Imagine a future where researchers can analyze a broad and diverse swath of medical records – without accessing anyone’s private data – to develop tools for physicians to identify early signs of cancer and reduce health disparities. Or a future… ...
87-FR-39567 Request for Information on the Federal Big Data Research and Development Strategic Plan Update (7/1/2022) BIG DATA, FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICE, NEWS - The NITRD NCO and NSF, as part of the NITRD Big Data interagency working group (BD IWG), request input from all interested parties as the IWG prepares updates to the Federal Big Data Research and Development Strategic Plan. Through this… ...
30th-panel-5-post NITRD’s 30th Anniversary Symposium Recap – Panel 5: How Technology can Benefit Society: Broadening Perspectives in Fundamental Research (6/30/2022) EVENTS, NEWS, NITRD 30TH ANNIVERSARY - All the panels featured throughout the day at the NITRD 30th Anniversary Symposium had two common threads: highlighting the astronomical advancements we’ve experienced in computing over the past few decades and mitigating the risks associated with these new advancements. Topics… ...
30th-panel-4-post NITRD’s 30th Anniversary Symposium Recap – Panel 4: Privacy and the Internet of Things (IoT) (6/23/2022) EVENTS, INTERNET OF THINGS, NEWS, NITRD 30TH ANNIVERSARY, PRIVACY - Privacy has become a huge topic of conversation not only among the computing research community, but across all disciplines in both academia and industry. Adverse privacy effects stemming from the availability of large-scale datasets are being multiplied by the interconnected… ...
30th-panel-3-post NITRD’s 30th Anniversary Symposium Recap – Panel 3: Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (6/21/2022) AI, EVENTS, NEWS, NITRD 30TH ANNIVERSARY - Arguably one of the greatest areas of progress in computing research over the last decade has been Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The field has seen an AI/robotics revolution, and an explosion of new technologies, establishing itself as one of… ...
30th-panel-2-post NITRD’s 30th Anniversary Symposium Recap – Panel 2: Networking and Security (6/16/2022) CYBERSECURITY, EVENTS, NEWS, NITRD 30TH ANNIVERSARY - Technological advancements are growing at an explosive rate around the world. As new technologies arise so do new security vulnerabilities and opportunities for infiltration of the networks that underpin these advances. Moderated by Bob Bonneau (OSD/DOD), Panel 2: Networking and… ...
NITRD 30th Symposium Panel 1 Recap NITRD’s 30th Anniversary Symposium Recap – Panel 1: Computing at Scale (6/14/2022) EVENTS, HPC, NEWS, NITRD 30TH ANNIVERSARY - This post is the first in a series highlighting the panels from that day, starting with Panel 1: Computing at Scale, moderated by Ben Zorn (Microsoft) and featuring distinguished panelists Luiz André Barroso (Google), Ian Foster (Argonne NL), Timothy Pinkston… ...