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The internet of things will soon account for more than half of the world’s connected devices. Georgia Tech researchers are working to ensure IOT security, fuse large IOT data streams, and provide necessary connectivity.
Georgia Tech’s research roots extend worldwide, creating international business connections and giving students unique research, education, and work opportunities.
Evil armies of internet-connected appliances could be hijacked to slightly manipulate energy demand, potentially driving price swings.
Smartphones could provide a critical service of automating contact tracing to control future COVID-19 outbreaks.
Teleworking can create a new set of risks surrounding email use that require precautions.
A new "Small Bets" seed grant program has been launched to encourage research collaboration.
A new research initiative is using DNA as an efficient and robust archival storage medium.
Georgia Tech has agreed to join the IBM Q Hub at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
A new website can help consumers understand the security challenges of internet-connected devices.
Cybersecurity researchers have discovered vulnerabilities in the backend systems that feed content and advertising to smartphone applications.
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