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  1. Shadows in the Dark Web

    Secrets lurk in the dark web, the 95 percent of the internet that most of us can’t see. One U-M professor is bringing some of those secrets to light, making the digital and the real world a little safer.

  2. Cancer stem cells: new method analyzes 10,000 cells at once

    A new tool for making sense of the cells believed to cause cancer relapses and metastases.

  3. Robotics building design approved, including space for Ford

    Robotic technologies for air, sea and roads, for factories, hospitals and homes will have tailored lab space in Michigan Engineering’s robotics laboratory.

    The post Robotics building design approved, including space for Ford appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  4. Necmiye Ozay receives NASA Early Career Faculty Award for research in cyber-physical systems

    Prof. Ozay’s award-winning work will be used in future space missions

  5. Several Michigan Papers Presented at 2016 USENIX Security Symposium

    A total of five papers authored by CSE researchers were presented.

  6. ‘The most interesting tech IPO of the year’ was founded by alums

    A Q&A with the Michigan Engineering alumni who founded Twilio, a “unicorn” in the tech industry.

  7. Students seek the secrets of the brain in study abroad program

    IPAN sent eight undergraduates to Germany for a month of lab work, learning about the intricacies of the brain.

  8. CSE-based startup receives funding to develop systems based on intelligent personal assistant technology

    Clinc has built Lucida, its state-of- the-art, open-source intelligent assistant and machine learning platform that allows developers and the open-source community to easily create and deploy personalized voice and vision-based intelligent assistants.

  9. With over 7 million certificates issued, Let’s Encrypt aims to secure the entire web

    In order to bring HTTPS to everyone, Prof. Halderman joined forces in 2012 with colleagues at Mozilla and the Electronic Frontier Foundation to found Let’s Encrypt, a non-profit certificate authority with the mission of making the switch to HTTPS vastly easier.

  10. New venture is on the path to build continual learning AIs

    Cogitai was formed with the aim of developing AI technology that empowers machines to learn from interaction with the real world.