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This Week in I.T.
49 minutes | Jul 20, 2018
U.S. Department of the Treasury - OSDBU
In this episode we will be more business focused touching on acquisition training, technical assistance, and small business counseling to both the external business community and internal agency officials within the U.S. Dept. of Treasury. Our guest Melissa Lisa Jenkins is frequently called upon to serve as a panelist for enrichment programs in where she provides guidance to small businesses hoping to expand their government contracting opportunities. As a result, she is a much-sought-after mentor for entrepreneurs hoping to take their businesses to the next level.
53 minutes | Jun 29, 2018
Human-Computer Interaction Research with Gierad Laput
We will speak with our guest about Zensors which is an Artificial Intelligence startup spun off from his research. We'll speak about his fellowships from Google, Qualcomm, Adobe, Yahoo and Disney Research along with other exciting industry news and projects he's involved in. At some point we will see what life is like as Editor-in-Chief of XRDS, ACM’s flagship magazine for students.
55 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
University of British Columbia - Research with Robert Xiao
In this episode we will sit down with the future Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia to discuss a host of his research and development projects. He's even found a major security flaw with people's cell phones in addition to other updated news in the world of cybersecurity. His wealth of knowledge and experience should make for a great show.
52 minutes | May 11, 2018
IARPA's Janus and Odin Programs - Biometrics
This week we'll deep dive into IARPA's JANIS Program which is comprised of: computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition, biometrics, facial recognition, identity intelligence and computer graphics. We'll then explore the ODIN Program which embodies: biometrics, presentation attack, machine learning and computer vision. This is a must listen episode.
51 minutes | May 4, 2018
Carnegie Mellon University - FIG - LumiWatch
The Future Interfaces Group is an interdisciplinary research lab within the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. We create new sensing and interface technologies that foster powerful and delightful interactions between humans and computers. These efforts often lie in emerging use modalities, such as wearable computing, augmented reality, smart environments and gestural interfaces. LumiWatch is the first, fully-functional and self-contained projection smartwatch implementation, containing compute, power, projection and touch-sensing capabilities. Our watch prototype offers roughly 40 square centimeters of interactive surface area – more than five times that of a typical smartwatch display. We demonstrate continuous 2D finger tracking with interactive, rectified graphics, transforming the arm into a touchscreen.
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