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Ritwik Gupta and Carson Sestili discuss the future of deep learning.
This report outlines how the GHOSTS ((G)eneral HOSTS) framework helps create realism in cyber-warfare simulations and discusses how it was used in a case study.
Shane Ficorilli explains some of the requirements for successfully implementing DevOps in your organization, including how to establish a complete deployment pipeline.
Ritwik Gupta of the SEI’s Emerging Technology Center and Carson Sestili, formerly of the SEI’s CERT Division and now with Google, discuss the importance of diverse perspectives in deep learning.
Eliezer Kanal explains deep learning, a subfield of artificial intelligence, and how the SEI is conducting research to learn how it might be used to advance cybersecurity.
Mark Sherman explains how deep learning is playing an increasing role in developing new applications and how adversaries can attack machine learning systems in a variety of ways.
Dr. Paul Nielsen discusses his involvement on a Defense Science Board Task Force that concluded that the software factory should be a key player in the acquisition and sustainment of software for defense.
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In this podcast, the panel discusses technical innovations that can be applied to the Department of Defense including improved situational awareness, human-machine interactions, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data, and continuous integration.
In this first webcast in a two-part series, April Galyardt and Carson Sestili described what metadata is and what information can be gleaned from it.