Dimitris Simos is visiting INRIA Paris during 19 – 22 February. He is hosted by the project team SECRET.
Johanna Ullrich held a workshop at the first all female Hackathon at TU Wien on February 9, 2019. Women and Code is an initiative for women interested in coding/programming, front-end development and eager to learn something new. SBA supports Women and Code and their ambition to bring more women into IT and Tech.
Manuel Wiesinger (SBA) is hosting a security focused FreeBSD Hackathon from June 8-9, 2019.
35 people attended the second SBA Security Meetup of 2019 held by Thomas Konrad.
Participants explored some pretty smart techniques to achieve a balance between confidentiality/integrity and availability requirements, and how these techniques can help you solve a number of other problems.
XCLAIM will be presented at the Ethereum Community Conference in Paris (https://ethcc.io)
Striving to get more and more women enthusiastic for science and technology, Katharina Pfeffer and Edgar Weippl held a lecture on security (and CS) for female high school students.
Ganz nach dem Motto “Frauen in die Technik” hatten Mädchen im Rahmen der FIT Wien – Niederösterreich – Burgenland Infotage 2019 die Möglichkeit Forscherinnen persönlich kennenzulernen und Einblicke in spannende Projekte zu erhalten. Unter den Forscherinnen war auch Alexandra Mai.
Artificial Intelligence has recently made great progress in many different applications including face recognition and image classification. In many areas of expertise these AIs even exceed human performances. Something they however fail to do is answer one simple question: why? Why does an AI what it does, what is the underlying reasoning behind its decisions? Explainability poses an important cahllenge especially whenn fields like medicine and law are concerned. New regulations would require future AI to explain itself.
Watch Andreas Holzinger step in for daughter Katharina representing SBA at the 2018 AI Congress: