• The Theft and Protection of Machine Learning Models on Hardware Devices

    Harris Corporation Engineering Center: 356

    Abstract: Companies, in their push to incorporate artificial intelligence - in particular, machine learning - into their Internet of Things (IoT), system-on-chip (SoC), and automotive applications, will have to address a number of design challenges related to the secure deployment of artificial intelligence learning models and techniques. Machine learning (ML) models are often trained using private datasets that are very ...

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  • CECS Graduate Programs Open House Day

    Research 1: R1 101

    The UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) Graduate Open House Day is your one-stop shop for information about graduate programs offered by CECS at the University of Central Florida. Prospective students will spend the day engaging with faculty, staff and students from CECS. We will provide the opportunity to visit our facilities, meet department faculty, and a forum ...

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  • IoT Cybersecurity: Is the connected world getting more secure?

    Harris Corporation Engineering Center: 101

    With the growing power of cloud computing, machine learning, data analytics, etc., more and more end devices including sensors, actuators, light bulbs, alarms, motors, and others that we would never imagined to connect to internet before are getting all connected to the cloud through gateway or direct connection. For data analysts, these end devices are data source or control points. ...

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  • Blockchains and Distributed Computing - Dr. Maurice Herlihy

    Harris Corporation Engineering Center: 101

    There has been a surge of interest in blockchain-based distributed ledger systems such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others. Much of this work originated outside the distributed computing community, but the questions raised, such as consensus, replication, fault-tolerance, privacy, and security, and so on, are all issues familiar to "classical" distributed computing. This talk will survey the theory and practice of ...

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