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Unconventional Computing


Oct 26, 2018

Voting technology has been developing at a rapid pace in the 21st century; at this point, many communities in the United States use entirely electronic voting machines. However, these high-tech voting machines have significant security vulnerabilities which leave them open to attack from a variety of sources. In today’s podcast, we’ll learn about research at Rice which seeks to mitigate these threats and prepare communities to recover when an attack occurs.

Host: Cannon Lewis, a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department at Rice University.

Guest: Dan Wallach, Professor of Computer Science and of Electrical and Computer Engineering. 

Unconventional Computing is supported and produced by Rice University’s Computer Science Department. Rice performs world-class research in the areas of Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Engineering, Systems, Programming Languages, Software Engineering and Data Science. For more information on our department, check us out online at cs.rice.edu.