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One of the challenges for patients with rare diseases is the lack of local data to use for analysis. As a result, patients are having to rely on 3rd party facilities to carry out the computations based on data collected around the globe. But due to patient privacy concerns, as well as heavy legal and regulatory barriers, these facilities are often prevented from sharing vital data which could help save lives. Join David Wu as he discusses how modern cryptographic tools can be leveraged for genome privacy. Screen reader support enabled.

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Speaker: Jen Pan, Stanford University The speaker examines how the Chinese regime controls information online and how the government engages in censorship. The government uses different types of filters to control what content is viewed by the public and what content is removed and unseen. "Internet commentators" are prominent players ...
Speaker: Steven Pu The vast majority of IoT investments have been investments in hardware infrastructure. Some of the key obstacles involved with IoT and data sharing include data security, vendor risk, and high cost. Breaking the barriers with data sharing, will create more data sharing among consumers and will help ...
Speakers: Rikin Gandhi, Radhika Shah This talk focuses on the challenges social entrepreneurs have worked on, such as scaling and change adaptation. Social change frames the global normative framework and tech becomes a major player in the global economy, as it becomes a game-changer both positively and negatively. The younger ...
The high-tech industry is booming in Asian countries, with many leading new, innovative technologies and startups that place them high in the tech industry and competitive markets, such as TechGrind. Some challenges faced along the way include lack of technical skills and expertise, lack of credible mentorship in international businesses, ...
Speaker: Ethan Fast Computers are more integrated into our lives and society as time goes by yet they still don't understand many of the human actions that surround them. To make progress, we need systems that deeply understand people and capture human experience through humans' daily activities, whether simple or ...
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Speaker: Steve Vassallo, Foundation Capital Entrepreneurial thought is an important aspect of acting as a leader and understanding user experience to launch successful products. Vassallo talks about his experience juggling product design and studying user experience to focus on a user-centered design to turn what started as ...
zkSNARKs: what are they? How do their principles apply to security? And more importantly, what is their relationship to cryptocurrency? Join Riad Wahby as he presents his team’s work on Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge, also known as zkSNARKs.
One of the inherent values of cryptocurrency is that transactions are publicized and verified across the network, thus making it very difficult--or even impossible--to compromise. However, with this key benefit comes two significant downfalls of this system: the transaction amounts are public and the addresses (owners) are easily decoded. How ...
This past year has been defined by cryptocurrency. It is the latest trend; the hottest new technology. However, while most are familiar with powerhouses like BitCoin and Ethereum, many users have overlooked the full potential that blockchain technology has to offer. Join Professor David Mazières as discusses the fundamentals of ...
EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar Optional Static Typing for Python Speaker: Guido van Rossum, Dropbox & Python Software Foundation Python is a dynamically typed language, and some of its appeal derives from this. Nevertheless, especially for large code bases, it would be nice if a compiler could find type errors ...
On October 21, 2016 major websites such as Twitter, Amazon, Netflix, Paypal and the Reddit were made largely unavailable throughout the US. Initial reports identified not one group—or location—responsible, but rather tens of millions of discrete IP addresses from around the globe. How did this happen? Who was responsible? What ...
EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar Artificial Intelligence: Current and Future Paradigms and Implications Speaker: Scott Phoenix, Vicarious Artificial intelligence has advanced rapidly in the last five years. This talk intends to provide high-level answers to questions like: What can the evolution of intelligence in the animal kingdom teach us about ...
EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar The future of low power circuits and embedded intelligence: emerging devices and new design paradigms Speaker: Edith Beigné, CEA France Circuit and design division at CEA LETI is focusing on innovative architectures and circuits dedicated to digital, imagers, wireless, sensors, power management and embedded software. ...
EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar The Future of Wireless Communications Hint: It's not a linear amplifier Speaker: Douglas Kirkpatrick, Eridan Communications Wireless communications are ubiquitous in the 21 st century--we use them to read the newspaper, talk to our colleagues or children, watch sporting events or other forms of entertainment, ...
Stanford Seminar - Democratizing research funding Updated Version: EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar Democratizing research funding Speaker: Malden Trifunovic, Einsteinium Foundation I will give introduction to blockchain technology, current state of the industry and its challenges and the Einsteinium Foundation that is embarking on a truly ambitious path likely to ...
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CS547: Human-Computer Interaction Seminar Tech + Ethics: Who's Making Sure the Tech Industry Has Our Best Interest in Mind? Speaker: Catherine Bracy