Tag: Internet of things

Fortifying Global Supply Chains Against Sanctions and Stresses

It took decades to build today’s complex world of interdependence. It’s a world of global supply chains linked by technology and delivered by connected modalities of land, sea and air transportation. We have exquisitely-tuned distribution and replenishment models. Or so it seems. Now, unfortunately, the work of those decades of painstaking, layer-by-layer construction can be […]

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How cloud computing has changed the future of internet technology

We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 – 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Cloud computing has evolved as a key computing paradigm, allowing for ubiquitous simple on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources through […]

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Toward a stronger defense of personal data

A heart attack patient, recently discharged from the hospital, is using a smartwatch to help monitor his electrocardiogram signals. The smartwatch may seem secure, but the neural network processing that health information is using private data that could still be stolen by a malicious agent through a side-channel attack. A side-channel attack seeks to gather […]

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Q&A: Dolapo Adedokun on computer technology, Ireland, and all that jazz

Adedolapo Adedokun has a lot to look forward to in 2023. After completing his degree in electrical engineering and computer science next spring, he will travel to Ireland to undertake an MS in intelligent systems at Trinity College Dublin as MIT’s fourth student to receive the prestigious George J. Mitchell Scholarship. But there’s more to Adedokun, who […]

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MIT engineers produce the world’s longest flexible fiber battery

Researchers have developed a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the form of an ultra-long fiber that could be woven into fabrics. The battery could enable a wide variety of wearable electronic devices, and might even be used to make 3D-printed batteries in virtually any shape. The researchers envision new possibilities for self-powered communications, sensing, and computational […]

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