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World's Largest Student Cybersecurity Games Kicks Off at NYU

The 14th annual NYU Cybersecurity Awareness Week (CSAW) games have commenced, drawing the top cybersecurity students from around the globe. The Downtown Brooklyn campus of New York University Tandon School of Engineering is hosting top student white hats and researchers for round-the-clock...

AI Is Dreaming Up New Kinds of Video Games

Game-making algorithms are almost as old as video games, but their use has typically been limited to generating terrain and other simple digital art. The next frontier is using increasingly sophisticated machine-learning techniques to design entirely new kinds of games that have, to date, evaded...

How one NYU research team is tackling 5G emulation

A research team at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering, led by post-doctoral fellow Aditya Dhananjay and supervised by professors Sundeep Rangan and Dennis Shasha, has developed a channel emulator that emulates not only the wireless channel, but the multi-antenna front-ends on the...

How do women move around cities? Santiago is finding out

The data collaborative is led by Stefaan G. Verhulst, Chief Research and Development Officer of The GovLab at NYU Tandon. … There isn’t enough information on just what effect our current transport systems have on the way women move around cities, the lack of data differentiated by...

Studying Artificial Intelligence At New York University

Kate Crawford is a distinguished research professor in the department of technology, culture and society at NYU Tandon. New York University just opened an institute that studies the social implications of artificial intelligence. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks with co-founder Kate Crawford....

Victims of ‘home takeover’ scam locked out of house

Article cites research by Damon McCoy, assistant professor of computer science and engineering at NYU Tandon. A Delaware man says he’s the victim of a so-called “home takeover” scam. … Alexander Pratt lived in a Wilmington house for 10 months with his fiancee and son...

Engineering Sustainable Synthetic Fabric

Miguel Modestino, an assistant professor in the department of chemical and biomolecular engineering at NYU Tandon at 01:15.   Learn how researchers use the engineering design process to create sustainable nylon in this video from SciTech Now. NYU [Tandon] Professor Miguel Modestino shares how...

NYU Engineering School Launches Startup Incubator for Military Veterans

Veterans make great startup leaders. At least, that’s the premise behind a free entrepreneurship training program for U.S. military veterans created by New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering. Last week, the effort expanded with the opening of a startup incubator for veterans...

Hackers could take control of cars and kill millions, ministers warned

Justin Cappos is an associate professor of systems and security at NYU Tandon. Modern cars are an “open door” to hackers, inviting hostile states to use Britain’s roads as a weapon against citizens, ministers have been warned. Deaths are inevitable within five years if carmakers...

Cyber criminals working for enemy states could ‘kill millions’ by remotely hacking cars, warns expert

Justin Cappos is an associate professor of systems and security at NYU Tandon. Terrorist hackers working for enemy states could turn cars into killing machines, a security expert has warned. Any car built after 2005 is an ‘open door’ to hackers and could be remotely controlled to...