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Entries by Kevin Desouza
I am spending the next two weeks in Brazil visiting colleagues and developing research partnerships. I will deliver two research seminars: Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo (Aug 12) Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Aug 15) Shaping the Future of Autonomous Systems in Society: Research with Impact Emerging technologies are fundamentally impacting and transforming all aspects of our society. […]
Atif Ahmad (University of Melbourne), Jeb Webb (Oceania Cyber Security Centre), James Boorman (Oceania Cyber Security Centre), and I have a new article accepted for publication in Computers & Security. Advanced persistent threat (APT) is widely acknowledged to be the most sophisticated and potent class of security threat. APT refers to knowledgeable human attackers that are organized, […]
My co-authored article with Xiaofeng Wang was chosen as the cover story for the current issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review. Please click here for the article.
Jim Denford (Royal Military College, Canada), Greg Dawson (Arizona State University) and I were pleased to see that our paper was the best paper for the Information Systems division at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 2019 Conference.
As artificial intelligence technologies take over larger number of tasks, India will face unique impacts of automation relative to other countries. With its large and young population, advances in AI will affect India in aspects from jobs to quality of life. Incidentally, the Indian economy is currently ill-equipped to face the advent of automation and […]
Along with colleagues Wenting Yang and Bo Fan, at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, I have a paper accepted at Journal of Cleaner Production. Spatial-Temporal Effect of Household Solid Waste on Illegal Dumping Illegal dumping is an increasingly costly problem with profoundly negative consequences for the livability and sustainability of our communities. The problem of illegal dumping is […]
I wrapped up another wonderful week at Università Bocconi co-teaching a class on Innovation and Big Data for the Public Sector with my colleague, Maria Cucineello.